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 Both Debbi and Craig asked about a confirmation email. NLS did point out that there is a confirmation page of attendees.\\ Both Debbi and Craig asked about a confirmation email. NLS did point out that there is a confirmation page of attendees.\\
  
-**West Question:** Debbi asked about the formats for the telephone conferences for the NLS advisory groups.\\+**Conference Chair Questions and Issues:**\\
  
-**NLS Answer:** NLS is working on this issue and the NLS hopes to support on-site meeting every two years.\\+**Western:** Debbi asked about the formats for the telephone conferences for the NLS advisory groups.\\
  
-**West Question:** Debbi asked for clarification concerning Dementia as a qualifying condition. Is it a physical or is it under organic brain disorders? Also, who could certify?\\+**NLS Response:** NLS is working on this issue and the NLS hopes to support on-site meeting every two years.\\
  
-**NLS Answer:** By itself it is not a qualifying condition ​of eligibility. But they will revisit the question.\\+**Western:** Debbi asked for clarification concerning Dementia as a qualifying condition. ​Is it a physical or is it under organic brain disorders? Also, who could certify?\\
  
-**South Question:** Craig asked about list of program costsThis would be needed for legislative oversight boards.\\+**NLS Response:** By itself it is not qualifying condition ​of eligibilityBut they will revisit the question.\\
  
-**NLS Answer:** NLS is working on this issue.\\+**Southern:** Craig asked about a list of program costs. This would be needed for legislative oversight boards.\\
  
-**South Question:** Virginia asked that BARD browsing be separated in fiction, non-fiction,​ even Spanish.\\+**NLS Response:** NLS is working on this issue.\\
  
-**NLS Answer:** NLS is working on an open source software package called SOLR. With this productNLS hopes to offer several new features to help patron browse.\\+**Southern:** Virginia asked that BARD browsing be separated in fictionnon-fiction,​ even Spanish.\\
  
-**South Question:** Craig also asked if NLS could notifying libraries when a new magazine title was added to BARD.\\+**NLS Response:** NLS is working on an open source software package called SOLR. With this product, NLS hopes to offer several ​new features ​to help patron browse.\\
  
-**NLS Answer:** NLS will consider how best to do so. Op Alerts was one possibility.\\+**Southern:** Craig also asked if NLS could notifying libraries when a new magazine title was added to BARD.\\
  
-**South Question:** Craig asked about locally produced books and magazines on BARD.\\+**NLS Response:** NLS will consider how best to do so. Op Alerts was one possibility.\\
  
-**NLS Answer:** NLS replied that in its current pilot of seven libraries working ​on the uploading to BARD, six have posted works on BARD. NLS hopes to announce the pilot process soon. It plans to invite another seven libraries to work through this process. More will be presented at the national meeting. ​ Mike Martys added details to the pilot. Both cataloging and audiobook uploads needs to be done for each title. Both are submitted separately but the Voyager’s catalog information must be coordinated with the BARD approval process in uploading. Something as simple as a matching book number is critical. The uploading library will also verify all information before the item is loaded into BARD.\\+**Southern:** Craig asked about locally produced books and magazines ​on BARD.\\
  
-**North Question:** Adam asked if there was any new information of the use of android devices on BARD. Michael Katzman responded that NLS had just met with Google representatives this morning and they were still in the process of resolving technical issues.\\+**NLS Response:** NLS replied that in its current pilot of seven libraries working on the uploading to BARD, six have posted works on BARD. NLS hopes to announce the pilot process soon. It plans to invite another seven libraries to work through this process. More will be presented at the national meeting. ​ Mike Martys added details to the pilot. Both cataloging and audiobook uploads needs to be done for each title. Both are submitted separately but the Voyager’s catalog information must be coordinated with the BARD approval process in uploading. Something as simple as a matching book number is critical. The uploading library will also verify all information before the item is loaded into BARD.\\ 
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 +**Northern:** Adam asked if there was any new information of the use of android devices on BARD. Michael Katzman responded that NLS had just met with Google representatives this morning and they were still in the process of resolving technical issues.\\
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