Columbia, MO - December 23, 2019 -- MOBIUS announced that the Asbury Theological Seminary B.L. Fisher Library, which utilizes the Evergreen ILS, successfully migrated and went live on its MOSS (MOBIUS Open Source Solutions) service on December 13, 2019. Previously, the Library was a self-supported Evergreen instance. MOBIUS performed data migration services and also provides data hosting and support to the Asbury Seminary Library.
About the Asbury Theological Seminary and Library
Asbury Theological Seminary was founded nearly 100 years ago to prepare "theologically educated, sanctified, Spirit-filled men and women to evangelize and to spread scriptural holiness throughout the world through the love of Jesus Christ, in the power of the Holy Spirit and to the glory of God the Father." Asbury Seminary continues to hold to this mission, providing holistic ministerial preparation as an interdenominational institution.
The Asbury Seminary B.L. Fisher Library exists to support the objectives of the Seminary by providing appropriate resources and services. The library is committed to: Playing a vital role in enhancing the global reputation of the Seminary; supporting teaching, learning, research, and service missions in all disciplines; the transformation of teaching and learning across the Seminary; engagement with patrons to understand their needs, goals, and expectations.
MOBIUS (mobiusconsortium.org) is a not-for-profit, 501 (C)(3) tax-exempt organization that is transforming library services with cost-effective help desk, training, technical resources, courier management, and procurement services. The MOBIUS consortium is comprised of 78 Sierra libraries with 226 branches. Members benefit from shared services and technology expertise, and a resource-sharing network of over 30 million items. MOBIUS offers managed services for Sierra and INN-Reach, and MOSS, a complete hosting and management service for the Evergreen Open Source ILS. Offices are located in Columbia, Missouri and its customers and members span the states of Missouri, Oklahoma, Iowa, Kansas, North Carolina, Arkansas, Texas, and Kentucky.