Library Technology Guides

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October 24, 2013

OCLC Lethbridge College, Tyndale University and University of New Brunswick now using OCLC WorldShare Management Services. Lethbridge College, Tyndale University College and Seminary, and University of New Brunswick in Canada are now using OCLC WorldShare Management Services (WMS), moving library management services to the cloud. More than 240 libraries worldwide have selected WMS; more than 150 libraries are currently using the services. [Full Announcement].

June 23, 2011

OCLC University of New Brunswick Libraries first in Canada to sign up to use OCLC Web-scale Management Services. The University of New Brunswick Libraries is the first Canadian library to sign up to use OCLC Web-scale Management Services, the Web-based cooperative library management tools for metadata management, acquisitions, circulation, license management and workflow improvement. In 2008, UNB was among the first institutions outside the United States to sign up and implement WorldCat Local. [Full Announcement].

June 22, 2011

OCLC La University of New Brunswick Libraries es la primera biblioteca canadiense en registrarse para utilizar los Servicios de administración de escala Web de OCLC. La biblioteca University of New Brunswick Libraries es la primera biblioteca canadiense en registrarse para utilizar los Servicios de administración de escala Web de OCLC (WMS), las herramientas de administración bibliotecaria de la cooperativa basadas en el Web para administración de metadatos, adquisiciones, circulación, administración de licencias y optimización del flujo de trabajo. [Full Announcement].

April 07, 2005

SIRSI Corporation. Council of Atlantic University Libraries Teams with Sirsi to Create Consortium-wide Portal for Scholarly Information. Sirsi Corporation announced that the Council of Atlantic University Libraries, a consortium of 17 universities in four provinces in Atlantic Canada, is planning to launch the Atlantic Scholarly Information Network Portal, a resource discovery and content management system that will deliver scholarly information and services, regardless of format, to more than 80,000 students, faculty, and staff. Set to launch in September 2005, the portal will use the Sirsi Enterprise Portal Solution. [Full Announcement].

September 19, 1995

SIRSI Corporation. Patrons in academic libraries interfacing with Unicorn: SIRSI signs 23 Academic Libraries within six months. [Full Announcement].

June 16, 1995

Sirsi Corporation. Unicorn installed at the University of New Brunswick. [Full Announcement].

March 27, 1995

SIRSI Corporation. Eleven institutions switch to SIRSI: Versatile products and understanding of industry cited as reasons. [Full Announcement].