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August 24, 2021

EBSCO Information Services University of Missouri System adopting the FOLIO library services platform using EBSCO FOLIO Services. four academic libraries in the University of Missouri System are transitioning to the FOLIO Library Services Platform using EBSCO FOLIO Services from EBSCO Information Services. The move to FOLIO will create a unified platform that provides flexibility and a customizable resource for the University of Missouri System while also realizing efficiencies with existing EBSCO systems. [Full Announcement].

July 26, 1977

Innovative Interfaces, Inc. University Of Missouri installs INNOPAC on all campuses. The University of Missouri has chosen Innovative Interfaces'' INNOPAC Library Automation system to replace its own proprietary system. In addition, the university has become one of the first to acquire Innovative''s World Wide Web server software. [Full Announcement].

July 31, 1995

Innovative Interfaces, Inc. Innovative Interfaces announces World Wide Web server. Innovative Interfaces, Inc. now offers a World Wide Web server software that integrates with INNOPAC. Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, B.C. has become the first INNOPAC library to install the new server software. The INNOPAC Web server software will also be installed at the 3.9 million volume University of Missouri Library. [Full Announcement].

July 26, 1995

Innovative Interfaces, Inc. University Of Missouri installs INNOPAC on all campuses. The University of Missouri has chosen Innovative Interfaces'' INNOPAC Library Automation system to replace its own proprietary system. [Full Announcement].

September 30, 1994

OCLC University of Missouri offers networked access to journal citations through OCLC SiteSearch. Beginning Fall of 1994, the faculty, staff and 61,000 students of the four campuses of the University of Missouri have networked access to journal citations through OCLC SiteSearch software [Full Announcement].