In addition to access to 4.7 million items in the catalog from Consortium Members, the CLC also has a variety of other projects and services we offer.  To find out more, select one of the options below.

  • Microsoft Outlook

    View your email, contacts, calendar, and files from your computer or mobile devices.
  • CLC HelpDesk

    Report issues and submit services requests for Polaris support, user maintenance, and more.
  • Discourse

    Share and discuss with other CLC members across Central Ohio on Discourse, an open source Internet forum and mailing list management software application.
  • Sharepoint

    SharePoint is a web-based collaborative platform that integrates with Microsoft Office.
  • Polaris API Library

    The Polaris API Library was created by CLC to allow rapid development of new applications based on the Polaris API. Available for use by libraries and third party companies, the library is actively maintained by CLC’s Developer.
  • CLC Polaris Report Definitions

    Information and samples of both custom and canned Polaris reports. Based off of CLC’s internal documentation that we use for our member libraries, but available for review by any Polaris customer.
  • CLC Supplemental Polaris Documentation

    Known internally as our “housekeeping” documentation, these articles attempt to go more in-depth than the standard Polaris documentation. Covering information about how fines, closed dates, material types and several other Polaris fundamentals.
  • 3M SIP Testing Tool

    This Windows application allows you to perform various queries to test the basic functionality of a 3M compliant Standard Interchange Protocol (SIP) server. The tool acts as a SIP client that shows the message information that is passed between the client and server. The SIP testing tool was developed by Mike Fields, a member of the CLC Staff.
  • PRTG Network Monitor

    CLC uses PRTG to monitor various aspects of our network infrastructure and Polaris services. CLC members can find out how to access PRTG in read-only mode. For more information on how CLC uses PRTG, you can view Wes’ PRTG Presentation Slides.