Ask-WA: Get Involved
Ready to get involved? Great! Here's what you need to do.
Make sure you know your responsibilities. How much you'll pay per year, and what your staff coverage responsibilities will be. If you don't know this information, you should contact the Ask-WA coordinator, Matt Roach, to find out.
Online Resources Consultant, Library Development
Washington State Library | Office of the Secretary of State
360.570.5576 | fax: 360.586.7575 | 866-538-4996 (toll-free)
Once you know your responsibilities, email the following information:
LIBRARY NAME: (the name of your library)
CONTACT PERSON: (who will be the local administrator at your library?)
CONTACT EMAIL: (email address for the person listed above)
CONTACT PHONE: (work phone # for the person listed above)
OCLC SYMBOL: (the OCLC symbol for your institution)
Your account will be created and active within a week of your submitting this information. A login number and password will be emailed back to you, along with an information packet to help you get started.
Numerous documents and training materials are available online. You may request personal trainings for your library, which may be administered either in person at your library, or online using web conferencing tools. Trainings are free and may be scheduled by contacting the Ask-WA coordinator. There are also recorded training sessions which you may find of use.
For additional information, check out the Ask-WA FAQ.
We encourage your feedback. If you have comments or suggestions, please use our feedback form
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