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Equinox migrates Degenstein Community Library to the PaILS/SPARK Consortium
04/16/2019
Duluth, Ga., April 16, 2019: Equinox is pleased to welcome Degenstein Community Library to Evergreen with their successful migration to the Pennsylvania Integrated Library System (PaILS) SPARK Consortium.The Degenstein Community Library’s move will support 7,516 patrons. The migration inclu... [More]
Equinox migrates Clymer Library to the PaILS/SPARK Consortium
03/20/2019
Duluth, Ga., March 20, 2019: Equinox is pleased to announce the successful migration of the Clymer Library to Evergreen within the Pennsylvania Integrated Library System (PaILS) SPARK Consortium. The Clymer Library joins four other Monroe County Libraries as part of SPARK.The Clymer Library was fo... [More]

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Koha tip: I am not a number, I am a book in a free ILS!
April 18th, 2019 by Galen Charlton
Most of the time, using Koha can seem like just a matter of giving it random numbers and expecting non-random results. Consider a typical checkout:The number "30374000002741" is of course the results of scanning an item's barcode. But what do you d... [More]
Evaluating Open Source: "How?"
March 26th, 2019 by Grace Dunbar, Felicia Beaudry, Laura Barry
How will this product meet your needs? Make sure that the solution you are considering can be tailored to your needs not you tailored to fit the product. This and more in our last installation of our evaluating open source mini-blog series - this wee... [More]
Evaluating Open Source: "When?"
March 20th, 2019 by Grace Dunbar, Felicia Beaudry, Laura Barry
Is the open source solution you are considering kept current? Here's a short list of questions to ask as you're evaluating an open source solution for your library as part of our mini-blog series. This week's theme is "when?"When was the program fi... [More]
Evaluating Open Source: "Where?"
March 12th, 2019 by Grace Dunbar, Felicia Beaudry, Laura Barry
Find your community before you adopt. One of the advantages to open source are the communities that write them. This is just one reason why evaluating open source doesn't have to be complicated - there are welcoming groups ready to assist. Follow our... [More]
Evaluating Open Source: "What?"
March 8th, 2019 by Grace Dunbar, Felicia Beaudry, Laura Barry
Evaulating an open source solution for your library doesn't need to be complicated. Our staff, after collaborating with libraries and our partners, have developed these questions as a potential starting point. Follow our new series "Evaluting Open So... [More]