Library details: Our Lady of Angels Library is an Academic library.
This library is affiliated with Niagara University Library (view map) . The collection of the library contains 130,000 volumes. The library circulates 10,000 items per year. The library serves a population of 3,720 FTE Enrollment.
Other Info: The collection currently 130,000 volumes and 3,000 periodical subscriptions in electronic formats. More than 4,000 volumes are added each year. The Library prides itself on being a leader in the use of information technology. It was one of the first libraries in Western New York to install an online book catalog and has been named an Electronic Doorway Library by the New York State Department of Education. The Library provides campus-wide access to electronic information through through subscriptions to databases available through the World Wide Web.
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Administration: The director of the library is David Schoen .
Organizational structure: The library is part of a privately-funded organization. It operates on a Non-profit financial model.
Academic Level: The library Serves an educational institution at the University level. The Carnegie Foundation designates this institution as: Master's Colleges and Universities: Larger Programs (level 18).
|Product Name||Year Contracted|
|Current Automation System||Spydus||2010|
|Previous Automation System||Horizon||2005|
|Previous Automation System||Dynix||1989|
|Discovery Service (w/index)||Summon||2015|
|OpenURL Link resolver||360 Link||2011|
|The library's automation system is hosted by the vendor through an Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) arrangement.|
|This library is responsible for the procurement of the library automation system.|
Automation Survey: We are conducting a study on the automation systems used in libraries. This survey should be completed by a person familiar with your libraries use of Spydus.
The 2021 Automation Survey has been completed for this Library.
Technology Interoperability Survey:
We are conducting a study on factors related to the selection and interoperability of technology systems in academic libraries.
Record History: This listing was created on Nov 6, 1997 and was last modified on Dec 18, 2021.
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