Open source library softwares compared

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http://library.rider.edu/scholarly/ecorrado/njla2004/

This link was described as follows:

Title: Open Source Library Automation: An Introduction (PDF, 1.63 MB)
http://library.rider.edu/scholarly/ecorrado/njla2004/njla2004-osslms.pdf

Presenters:Edward M. Corrado, Rider University Libraries.

Presented at: 2004 New Jersey Library Assocation Conference. Long Branch, NJ. 20 April 2004.

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.

Additional Information: Comparison of Selected Open Source Software Library Management Systems.
http://library.rider.edu/scholarly/ecorrado/njla2004/ossfeatures.html

PhpMyLibrary software are continually being discovered by more and more organization worldwide. This means that PhpMyLibrary software is able to comply with library center needs. Thank you for your interest in PhpMyLibrary

Posted by Charles Fiddler 2004-05-12