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And Then There Were Three …

The Jonathan Trumbull Library, in Lebanon, is now live on Bibliomation’s Evergreen system. They came up on May 18th and are happily chugging along. Jonathan Trumbull is the third development partner to be brought up on BibliOak. They join the…

Evergreen 2010 Conference: Acquisitions

The following is a post from Mary Llewellyn, Bibliomation’s Database Services Manager and Lead Cataloger. She summarizes her notes from the Evergreen Acquisitions Development update, “Evergreen Acquisitions Roundup,” with Bill Erickson of Equinox.—————————- The session that stands out for me…

Equinox Releases Canned Reports for EG 1.6.0

Bibliomation is pleased to report that Equinox has made available a full set of canned reports for the Evergreen community. Bibliomation was one of three library partners who provided feedback to Equinox regarding these reports. The reports are divided up…

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…

Evergreen Demos at CLA

Bibliomation will have a booth at this years Connecticut Library Association conference. Stop by to check out our new updated company logo, see how our BibliOak Project is going or just say “hi.” We will also be demonstrating different aspects…

Bibliomation Requests to be IMLS Grant Partner

Earlier today I submitted our letter of application to become the first library to participate in the first wave of King County Library System’s IMLS open source library system (OSLS) grant partners. The grant calls for King County to add…

The Lebanon Schools join BibliOak

The Lebanon Schools have just joined Bibliomation’s development partners project. This K-12 school system joins the Jonathan Trumbull Library, in Lebanon, already a BibliOak partner, scheduled to go live May 18th. This bodes well for Lebanon students as they will…

The Douglas Library, North Canaan Joins BibliOak

The Douglas Library in North Canaan, CT is the eighth public library to join Bibliomation’s Development Partner Project. Douglas Library is very close to the David M. Hunt Library, in Falls Village, another development partner library that recently signed up.…

Falls Village and Sprague Join BibliOak Project

The David M. Hunt Library, in Falls Village, and the Sprague Public Library are the latest two Connecticut public libraries to join Bibliomation’s Development Partners Project, BibliOak. These libraries join the Beacon Falls Public Library (live March 3rd), the Douglas…