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Equinox Welcomes Lisa Carlucci as Executive Director
03/23/2020
Duluth, Ga., March 23, 2020: Equinox Open Library Initiative is honored to announce that Lisa Carlucci will be joining Equinox as Executive Director beginning April 6, 2020.Equinox was founded in 2007 by the original developers and designers of the Evergreen ILS, one of the first open source inte... [More]
Equinox migrates Oregon County Library District to the Missouri Evergreen Consortium
02/17/2020
Duluth, Ga., February 17, 2020: Equinox is pleased to welcome the Oregon County Library District to Evergreen with their successful migration to the Missouri Evergreen Consortium.The Oregon County Library District’s move will support 2,225 patrons and encompass a total of 51,744 bibliographi... [More]

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Herding Cats: Our Tips for Working from Home
March 26th, 2020 by Equinox Staff
As our Development Project Manager, Andrea Buntz Neiman, put it so aptly in our last blog post, "Equinox has been a fully-remote office for almost two years now - we are here, working, and ready to help your library navigate the COVID-19 situation." ... [More]
Evergreen’s Emergency Closing Handler
March 18th, 2020 by Andrea Buntz Neiman
Greetings to all of you, from an appropriate social distance! First, I want to reassure you that Equinox has been a fully-remote office for almost two years now - we are here, working, and ready to help your library navigate the COVID-19 situation.... [More]
SciStarter: Expanding Knowledge with the Help of Your Library
February 24th, 2020 by Galen Charlton
Sometimes library patrons not only want to find knowledge at their library, but expand it. One way they can do that is by contributing to citizen science, where ordinary people help advance scientific research by collecting data and keeping their eye... [More]
Community News - Winter 2020
February 10th, 2020 by Andrea Buntz Neiman
There is so much to look forward to in 2020 but before we get too far into Spring first, a look back at the last couple months of 2019.October 2019 saw the most recent Evergreen Hack-a-Way, hosted by Indiana State Library for the third time. Nearly... [More]
Hack Your Next Open Source Conference
February 4th, 2020 by Rogan Hamby
In the Koha and Evergreen communities the topic of conference attendance invariably pops up when discussing community participation. However, when asked why someone should attend a conference the stock answers are vague and often boilerplate like "to... [More]