More Libraries Choose Open-Source Automation Systems

Three more libraries – the Native Village of Afognak Library in Alaska, USA; the Alaska Statewide Mentor Project also in Alaska, USA; and the Childcare Resource and Research Unit, a resource room at the University of Toronto, Canada decided to implement Koha, the first open-source automated library system.

Koha offers open-source software alternative for small libraries with Integrated Library System, web-enabled OPAC and self-service tools.

If you want to switch to open-source library automation system contact Liblime, who provides migration assistance, staff training, software maintenance and support.

Via: Library Technology Guide
http://www.librarytechnology.org/ltg-displayarticle.pl?RC=12194

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