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Norcross, Ga. – November 3, 2009. Integrated Technology Group (ITG), a leading supplier of materials flow automation to libraries and an innovator in EM and RFID-enabled systems, has unveiled its ITG EM/RFID Trade-In Program. At any time in the future, libraries that have purchased an EM security system from ITG can trade up to an RFID system for the guaranteed additional cost of only $1,500 per pedestal.
Norcross, Ga. – November 3, 2009. Integrated Technology Group (ITG), recently named Dialoc ID’s preferred North American partner, completed its first installations of Dialoc’s Ellipse electro-magnetic (EM) security systems at two Florida libraries in October. Both facilities, the St. Petersburg Public Library main branch and the Florida Community College library in downtown Jacksonville, utilize 3M EM tags for their collection but selected Dialoc ID gates from ITG after comparing price and capabilities.
Norcross, GA– The Integrated Technology Group (ITG), a division of Vernon Library Supplies Inc., added new personnel, new accounts and new products as it continued record growth into the third quarter of 2009.
AURORA, COLO. — BCR and the Library and Information Technology Association (LITA), a division of the American Library Association (ALA), have agreed to develop a reciprocal continuing education program to complement and expand the training opportunities for the members of both organizations.
The partnership will combine those areas in which each organization is expert to meet the growing need for libraries to offer new and innovative online continuing education courses while meeting the challenges of the rapidly changing library environment and shrinking budgets.
October 20, 2009, Monterey, CA--Information Today Inc. (ITI) will have an author autographing session during the Grand Opening Reception in the Exhibit Hall from 5:00–6:00 PM at the Information Today, Inc. booth on Monday, October 26. Here is your chance to meet some of the ITI authors and buy autographed copies of their books!
The following authors will be signing their books:
Nicole C. Engard (Library Mashups: Exploring New Ways to Deliver Library Data)
SOMERDALE, NJ, October 8, 2009: Library Automation Technologies, Inc. (LAT), a leader in library automation products, is pleased to announce it has updated its entire product line to allow libraries the ability to “communicate” with patrons via digital signage capability. This will take form as a free upgrade to all existing customers.
Without affecting the existing operation and patron interface, this upgrade allows existing self-serve systems to function as “digital signs” during their idle times.
September 18th, 2009
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
ByWater Solutions Welcomes Nicole C. Engard as Director of Open Source Education
New York Public Library and Kirtas Technologies Partner to Make 500,000 Public-Domain Books Available to the World
ROCHESTER, N.Y., SEPTEMBER 29, 2009 – Readers and researchers looking for hard-to-find books now have the opportunity to dip into the collections of one of the world’s most comprehensive libraries to purchase digitized copies of public domain titles. Through their Digitize-on-Demand program, Kirtas Technologies has partnered with The New York Public Library to make 500,000 public domain works from the Library’s collections available (to anyone in the world).
Library Mashups: In This New Book, Information Professionals Explore Innovative Ways to Deliver Library Data and Services While Involving Patrons and the Community
September 21, 2009, Medford, NJ—Information Today, Inc. (ITI) has announced the publication of Library Mashups: Exploring New Ways to Deliver Library Data, edited by Nicole C. Engard.
Ask-WA is pleased to announce the launch of Washington State's first online virtual reference portal. Connecting more than 60 libraries across the state, and backed by a worldwide cooperative, Ask-WA provides 24/7 reference service to the library users of Washington State.
Ask-WA is an essential resource for students looking for citations at three in the morning, for Washington residents doing personal research, for genealogists. Washington librarians are available to help you get started on that tough research project, investigate your family roots, or even just settle a bet.