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January 27, 2017

The Library Corporation TLC’s CARL.X now integrated with Marmot Library Network’s Pika discovery layer. The Library Corporation and Marmot Library Network are pleased to announce the full integration of the CARL.X ILS with the Pika discovery layer. The partnership began in support of the groundbreaking Limitless Libraries program of the Nashville Public Library and Metro Nashville Public Schools as both organizations plan to migrate to the CARL.X integrated library system in the coming months. Limitless Libraries is a cooperative program between NPL and MNPS with the goal of improving school libraries, fostering resource sharing between the two institutions, and improving student access to learning materials. [Full Announcement].

June 24, 2016

The Library Corporation Nashville Public Library System and Metro Nashville Public Schools select the CARL.X ILS. The Library Corporation announce that the Nashville Public Library System and Metro Nashville Public School have selected CARL.X as their next integrated library system. [Full Announcement].

November 1, 2012

Nashville Public Library. Mayor Announces 25,000 Library Items Circulated to Metro Schools Students in First Two Months of School Year. Mayor Karl Dean today announced that the Limitless Libraries program circulated nearly 25,000 items to students at Metro Schools in the first two months of the school years, allowing students further access to books, e-books and other resources beyond what is available in their school libraries. [Full Announcement].

May 09, 2007

The Library Corporation Eleven more libraries choose AquaBrowser Library. April marked the addition of 11 libraries to the list of over 100 U.S. libraries that have chosen AquaBrowser, the visual, faceted search that connects to any data source. [Full Announcement].

November 08, 2006

The Library Corporation Metro Nashville Public Schools chooses TLC's New Web Circ. Metro Nashville Public Schools will implement TLC's new Web-based circulation module, Web Circ, in 131 schools. [Full Announcement].