The Information Technology (IT) Department at the North Dakota State Library is responsible for coordinating, managing, and performing internal automation functions for the State Library.
Day to day functions include maintaining 60 PCs, setting up hardware, installing software, troubleshooting State Library applications, and providing necessary training to State Library staff. The IT Department also works in conjunction with the North Dakota Information Technology Department on various projects including networking, software updates, and internet access. The IT Department acts as the State Library's technical coordinator for support of ODIN (Online Dakota Information Network), OCLC, and public library internet filtering. Maintenance of the State Library's website at www.library.nd.gov also falls under the umbrella of the IT Department. Whether it's repairing an ailing computer, troubleshooting a broken database, or implementing a new software program, the Information Technology Department at the State Library never seems to have a dull moment!
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