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LibLime at KUDOSCon 2011
Bethesda, MD - May 2, 2011 - LibLime is excited to be participating in this year’s annual KUDOS conference (KUDOSCon 2011), being held May 2nd and 3rd at the University of Wisconsin in Madison.
KUDOS is an organization consisting of libraries, developers and others who use or develop the Koha Integrated Library System.
As the industry leader in Koha implementation, support and development, LibLime is incredibly happy to be involved in KUDOSCon 2011. LibLime Project Managers will give two presentations to this year’s attendees and LibLime will be sponsoring refreshments at the vendor reception on Monday night.
The LibLime conference presentations are as follows:
OPAC Customizations for Single and Multi-URL Sites
Jane Wagner will explain how to develop OPAC customizations for single and multi-URL sites. Jane will address adding text, images, and links into the various parts of the OPAC screen; controlling the appearance with stylesheets; and setting up multiple URL configurations so that different members in a union catalog can each have their own unique OPAC interface.
SQL Tips for Koha
Beverly Church will share techniques, tips and tricks that she has learned over the years for generating SQL reports. “This presentation is geared more toward the novice user,” Beverly explained. “I hope that the tricks and tips I’ve picked up over the past 10 years will be beneficial to those new to the Koha experience.”
About LibLime, a division of PTFS
LibLime, a division of PTFS, is the global leader in professional Koha support. LibLime’s robust staff of programmers, data specialists, librarians, system administrators and project managers, provides first class consulting, implementation, data migration, training, development, and maintenance/hosting services for Koha in libraries of all types and sizes. PTFS is the developer of the world’s leading digital content management software, ArchivalWare, and also specializes in library staffing requirements, digitization, and systems integration. For more information, see http://liblime.com or http://ptfs.com orhttp://archivalware.net.