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Coordinating Editor Tim Lepczyk salutes change in this issue, welcoming new editors to the Journal and announcing his departure.
Tools for Reducing and Managing Link Rot in LibGuides
Wilhelmina Randtke and Matthew D. Burrell
New Product Will Free University Libraries to Create Budgets That Reflect Patron Needs
District of Columbia Public Library to Implement Systems in Six Branches
Record Numbers of New and Existing Customers Select or Expand ITG Library Systems
Flexibility, SirsiDynix Relationship Recommend ITG to Canadian Library System
Norcross, Ga. – May 17, 2010: ITG (Integrated Technology Group) continues its expansion into Canada with the addition of Vancouver Island Regional Library (VIRL) to its customer roster. The third largest library system in British Columbia, VIRL is replacing existing self-checkout kiosks from another vendor with ITG XpressCheck™ units. The 38-location system will begin with 8 – 10 units in year one, gradually expanding the system’s self-checkout capacity.
Library technology company adds new customers, employees, and grows product offerings
Norcross, Ga. – April 13, 2010. ITG (Integrated Technology Group) ended the first quarter of 2010 showing continued growth in all sectors, with significant increases in new customers and installations, as well as filling key internal positions in support and marketing.
New Customer Highlights
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May 27, 2009
American Library Association Goes Mobile with Mosio for Annual Conference
Mosio’s Text a Librarian to Power Mobile Information Services for Attendees
San Francisco, CA – When the world’s oldest and largest library association meets the nation’s biggest convention center, there is a lot of ground to cover. This year, the American Library Association (ALA) is partnering with Mosio to maximize attendee experience at its annual conference by offering mobile information via text messaging.