North Bethesda, MD, July 25, 2013- LibLime, a division of PTFS, announces that the Hussian School of Art has selected LibLime Academic Koha 5.4 as their new ILS.
Staff from the Hussian School of Art will work with LibLime Project Management in the upcoming months to migrate data to the LibLime Academic Koha 5.4 platform. The Hussian School of Art looks forward to taking advantage of the rich functionality in LibLime Koha 5.4 including authority control, RDA support, the Solr search engine, fully faceted searching, and GetIt acquisitions. The Hussian School of Art will also contribute to the sponsorship of new functionality in LibLime Academic Koha.
As with earlier releases, all new functionality in LibLime Academic Koha continues to run in the Plack environment for increased performance.
About Hussian School of Art
The Hussian School of Art was founded in 1946 with the support of John Hussian, a respected member of Philadelphia’s art community and lecturer at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Since then, the Hussian School of Art has continued to grow and achieve professional recognition. The School currently offers programs in digital media, graphic design, and visual communications while it strives to inspire creativity in art, in education, in professional endeavors, and in life through collegiate-level education in art.
About LibLime - PTFS
LibLime – PTFS is the global leader in providing support for the Koha open source ILS. Rather than sell software licenses for static, hard-to-customize software products, the PTFS LibLime Division educates libraries about the benefits of open source, enabling them to make choices about how best to provide their communities and staff with better technology services. The PTFS LibLime Division then facilitates deployment of Koha in libraries by providing outstanding consulting, development, implementation, and support/hosting for libraries of all types and sizes. PTFS is also the developer of the world’s leading content management software, ArchivalWare, and specializes in meeting library personnel staffing requirements, digitization, and metadata keying services. For more information, see http://liblime.com or http://ptfs.com or http://archivalware.net.