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Equinox migrates John Bulow Campbell Library at Columbia Theological Seminary to Koha
07/07/2020
Duluth, Ga., July 7, 2020: Equinox Open Library Initiative announces the successful migration of John Bulow Campbell Library at Columbia Theological Seminary to the Koha Integrated Library System.Migration of Columbia Theological Seminary encompassed 141,860 bibliographic records and 2,215 patron... [More]
The Oman Library at the Middle East Institute goes live on Koha with Equinox
06/22/2020
Duluth, Ga., June 22, 2020: Equinox announces the successful migration of the Oman Library at the Middle East Institute in Washington, D.C. to a new, updated Koha instance.The migration of the Oman Library at the Middle East Institute involved 21,595 bibliographic records and 249 patrons. Equinox... [More]

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ALAVirtual Has Us Missing Our Conference Ribbons - So We Designed Some
June 24th, 2020 by Laura Barry
Virtual conferences had us missing our open source swag so we designed some Twitter Banner "conference ribbons" for ALAVirtual20. Feel free to download and use them yourself!EvergreenKohaI Love Open SourceEquinox... [More]
Tackling Unplanned Closures in Koha
April 2nd, 2020 by Rogan Hamby
The last few weeks have been a tumultuous time for libraries and unfortunately a lot of uncertainty still lies ahead of us.  While having an unplanned closure of a library isn't something any of us want it is a fact of life from short term incle... [More]
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]