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North Bethesda, MD. February 28, 2012. LibLime, a Division of PTFS and WALDO (Westchester Academic Library Directors Organization), announce that the Connecticut Historical Society has successfully migrated to LibLime Academic Koha.
The Connecticut Historical Society worked with LibLime’s project management staff on data migration, system configuration, and training.
ATLANTA – (January 18, 2012) – LYRASIS is pleased to announce the launch of FOSS4LIB (Free/Open Source Software for Libraries), a website dedicated to providing guidance about open source software for the library community.
With funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, LYRASIS Technology Services is leveraging the expertise of its open source development team and consulting staff to help librarians and technologists navigate through the planning, decision-making and implementation processes associated with open source. “Open source software enables libraries to improve their services in cost-effective ways. Through the FOSS4LIB website, library professionals will be able to more effectively assess and meet the needs of their staff and users through open source,” said Kate Nevins, Executive Director of LYRASIS.
Bethesda, MD, November 15, 2011 Valentine Independent School District (ISD), of Valentine Texas, has chosen LibLime Koha. Valentine ISD has selected LibLime as their vendor of choice to implement and support LibLime Koha, as their next generation, open development, Integrated Library System (ILS). The School District explored a variety of free and openly available ILS solutions and after extensive research, decided upon the LibLime Koha flavor, as it is the most feature rich and well-supported open development ILS available.
Bethesda, MD, November 3, 2011
National Museum of Women in the Arts has chosen LibLime Koha to replace their legacy Voyager system. The Library and Research Center has selected LibLime as their vendor of choice to implement and support LibLime Koha, as their next generation, open development, Integrated Library System (ILS).
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Bethesda, MD – September 28, 2011 – LibLime, a division of PTFS, and WALDO(Westchester Academic Library Directors Organization) are proud to welcome the Connecticut Historical Society to the LibLime Academic Koha development group. The Society has selected LibLime Academic Koha to replace their legacy Voyager system, because of all of the functional features designed and deployed by the WALDO Development Group, as well as the cost savings in annual support, maintenance, and
Bethesda, MD – September 22, 2011 – Memphis College of Art, in Memphis, Tennessee, has successfully implemented Koha with LibLime as their next generation, open source ILS. Library Director, Leslie Holland and her staff choose LibLime Academic Koha because of its rich functionality, designed by academic librarians, for academic librarians, and is eager to begin working with those academic librarians to continue development on LibLime Academic Koha.
Bethesda, MD –September 27, 2011 –
University of North Texas’ mission is to generate, integrate, and disseminate knowledge in a learner-centered environment. The College of Information empowers individuals and organizations to create optimal learning environments for sharing knowledge and improving performance.
Bethesda, MD – September 8, 2011 – The Clint W. Murchison Memorial Library in Henderson County Texas has chosen LibLime Koha to replace their legacy Athena system. The Library has selected LibLime as their vendor of choice to implement and support LibLime Koha, as their next generation, open development, Integrated Library System (ILS).
LibLime’s Koha with Class starts off the Fall 2011 semester working with nine different library schools. Several of these schools will be participating in LibLime’s Koha with Class program for the first time.
LibLime’s Koha with Class program provides free support for the LibLime Koha with Class installations to library school faculty throughout the world to give them a chance to embed the use of an ILS into their coursework and curricula. Students gain practical experience with library automation software as they prepare to enter the library workforce.