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Events in which PhpMylibrary is involved

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April 2, 2004

The NJLA 2004 Spring Conference will be held at the East Brunswick Hilton from April 19-21, 2004. Registration information and news about the Conference is on the Web at: http://www.njla.org/conference/2004/

Title: An Introduction to Open Source Library Automation Systems
Presenter: Edward M. Corrado, Unix System Administrator, Rider University Libraries, Lawrenceville, NJ.

Date/Time: Tuesday, April 20th, 1:30PM-2:20PM
Description: This presentation will explore the current state of Library Automation Systems. Including in the presentation will be a brief introduction to what Open Source Software is - and what some of the benefits of using Open Source Software in libraries are. The pros and cons of why a library would want to use an Open Source library automation system instead of a commercial automation product will be discussed. An introduction to a number of current Open Source Library Automation Systems projects will be given. The systems that will be covered include Koha, OpenBiblio, PhpMyLibrary, and Avanti MicroLCS.

Posted by Charles Fiddler 2004-04-02