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Bethesda, MD – June 16, 2011 -For over two years, LibLime has worked with Westchester Academic Library Directors Organization (WALDO), to build an ILS specifically for academic libraries. LibLime Academic Koha is the result. Designed, tested and used by academic librarians, LibLime Academic Koha offers the right platform for making an ILS be all that it can be. With LibLime and WALDO, academic librarians have the opportunity to work with like-minded professionals toward a shared goal of designing software that works for them.
Overview- LibLime Academic Koha
Bethesda, MD – June 16, 2011 - LibLime is Pleased to Announce Download Number 100 for LibLime Koha 4.2
Within just 30 days of being available, over 100 organizations around the world have downloaded and installed LibLime Koha 4.2 from the liblime.com website.
Bethesda, MD – June 7, 2011 – LibLime is excited to be teaming with several of the other open source ILS vendors to sponsor a reception at ALA 2011. This first ever “Open Source ILS Gathering” will take place on Saturday, the 25th in New Orleans.
LibLime, Equinox, and ByWater provide support and development services for Koha and Evergreen in the North American marketplace. They are joined by other interested parties in sponsoring this reception that promises to offer intriguing discussion, refreshing cocktails, and delicious hor dourves.
Bethesda, MD – May 19, 2011 - LibLime is pleased to offer the latest development features and bug fixes available in LibLime Koha 4.2.
The newly developed and tested features available in LibLime Koha 4.2 include work completed since our last publicly available release in September, 2010
Bethesda, MD – May 28, 2011 – Students at the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater will begin utilizing LibLime Koha this summer in their Organization of Information course through LibLime's Koha with Class program.
LibLime will provide the three section class, of approximately 60 students, with a hosted installation of LibLime Koha, free of charge. This will allow the students unlimited access and all privileges associated with the staff end of LibLime Koha as well as all OPAC functionality for the duration of the course.
Bethesda, MD – May 3, 2011 – LibLime announces the development of ‘Patron Record Ownership’ functionality for LibLime Koha, sponsored by the Pioneer Library Consortium.
Patron Record Ownership functionality was designed for libraries who wish to have more control over their patron records, and which staff members have permissions to create, edit, and delete those records, in LibLime Koha.
Bethesda, MD - April 8, 2011 – Students at the University of Washington’s, Information School, will begin utilizing LibLime Koha this spring, in their Library Technology Systems course through LibLime's Koha with Class program.
LibLime will provide the class of approximately 20 students, with a hosted installation of Koha, free of charge. This will allow the students unlimited access and all privileges associated with the staff end of Koha as well as all OPAC functionality for the duration of the course.
Bethesda, MD - March 28, 2011 - The American Craft Council in Minneapolis, Minnesota has contracted with LibLime to migrate to Koha, the premiere open source ILS for libraries.
Migrating from their legacy InMagic system, the Council will join LibLime’s growing family of special libraries. The Council has selected LibLime to perform all of their implementation services including professional project management, data migration, system configuration, staff training, and will help the Library brand and customize their web site.
Bethesda, MD – March 28, 2011 – The Bay School in San Francisco, California has selected LibLime as their vendor of choice to implement Koha, the open source ILS for libraries.
Bethesda, MD – March 17, 2011 – Yates Center Public Library, in Yates Center, Kansas has successfully implemented Koha with LibLime as their next generation, open source ILS. Yates Public Library is a member of the Southeast Kansas Library System (SEKLS). SEKLS serves member libraries in over 60 cities in Southeast Kansas and several of those members participate in a Koha union catalog.