IMLS Grant Partners accept Bibliomation!

Bibliomation has received the exciting news that we have been accepted as the fifth partner into the IMLS grant project headed up by King County Library System, “Empowered by Open Source.”

The following is an excerpt from our acceptance letter from Jed Moffitt, Director of Information Technology Services at King County:

Thank you for your request for admission as a partner to our IMLS Grant Project “Empowered by Open Source”.

As per the goals outlined in the grant, we are looking for at least three new library partners per year toward the goal of developing a peer-to-peer support model for public library migration to open-source systems. We are looking to partner with libraries that have strong visions and have made clear strides toward an open-source future.

On behalf of our IMLS grant partners and our growing RSCEL community, we’d be pleased to accept Bibliomation as a grant partner.

We’re excited about the open-source strategy and progress underway at Bibliomation, and look forward to working with you.
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King County is still looking for two more library system partners in 2010. It could be you!

-Amy
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Amy Terlaga / terlaga{at}biblio{dot}org
Assistant Director, User Services
Bibliomation, Inc.