Mancos School District Goes Live on the CLiC AspenCat LibLime Koha Union Catalog
North Bethesda, MD, February 5, 2016 – The Mancos School District Libraries have now joined the Colorado Library Consortium (CLiC) AspenCat LibLime Koha union catalog for all collection and patron management services. The Libraries and CLiC staff worked with the LibLime Project Management team to successfully transfer bibliographic, item and patron data to the AspenCat union catalog.
PROVO, Utah, January 29, 2016 –– The new year is off to an accelerated start at Backstage Library Works (www.bslw.com) as their automated services department takes on new and innovative projects. Backstage continues to expedite processes, implement new technologies and allow libraries more customized settings than any other service provider.
PROVO, Utah, January 28, 2016 –– Backstage Library Works (www.bslw.com) is pleased to announce that Thomas Forsythe has joined their sales and marketing team representing retrospective conversion, cataloging, digitization, microfilm, authority control, reclassification, on-site, and data conversion services.
The latest release from Facet Publishing, Metaliteracy in Practice, will provide inspiration for librarians and educators in need of up-to-date and thought-provoking information literacy curricula and instructional approaches.
The new Facet catalogue is out now and available to download here: http://bit.ly/1NLky5F. The catalogue contains details about all new Facet books publishing in the first half of 2016 including the following highlights:
CHARLESTON, South Carolina—In the past year, BiblioBoard added more than 150 new library customers and several new consortia and state customers including MINITEX and RAILS. Additionally it made significant additions to the valuable content available to their library customers in a fixed cost, unlimited multi-user access model. The company also won a Modern Library Award for its new BiblioBoard 6.0 mobile library release.
Bingley, United Kingdom, 14 December 2015 – The field of Library and Information Science (LIS) is continually evolving in order to keep up with the ever changing digital landscape.
As we approach the end of 2015, Emerald Group Publishing, global publisher linking research and practice to the benefit of society, asked their LIS book series editors Paul T. Jaeger, John Carlo Bertot and Samantha Hines to summarize the biggest changes in librarianship this year and to share what differences they predict for 2016.