Rockville, MD, February 24, 2022 – LibLime will be premiering the newest functions and features in Bibliovation 7.2 at the upcoming PLA 2022 Annual Conference. PLA 2022 will be held in Portland, OR and LibLime will be presenting in Booth 1053. The conference exhibits arena will be open Wednesday, March 23 to Friday, March 25 at the Oregon Convention Center. All conference attendees are encouraged to visit LibLime at Booth 1053 to see how visual searching using MARC-cataloged data displays using map interfaces integrated into the Discovery Layer.
About Bibliovation 7.2
The Bibliovation 7.2 LSP is 100% web-based, providing all system access to researchers, library staff, and system administrators through web browsers. With FedRAMP authorized IaaS and PaaS certification made available through the Amazon AWS Cloud, Bibliovation offers libraries a secure and cost-effective hosting solution. Supporting MARC21, Dublin Core, RDA, and geotagging, Bibliovation helps libraries manage both physical and digital content all in a single Rest API-based platform. Bibliovation includes an EDI-compliant acquisitions component which allows for the import of csv data that is then converted into the MARC21 format for acquisitions workflows and ‘send to catalog' from Purchase Order functionality. The system offers a variety of tools including a MARC21-based cataloging editor with support for bibliographic, holdings and authority records; numerous batch editing tools for bibliographic records, item records, and patron records; and full patron empowerment for purchase requests, ILL requests, and reference requests directly from the Discovery Layer. Bibliovation 7.2 provides local control of cataloging rules that may complement or supersede the AACR2 ruleset; includes expanded call slip functionality for closed stacks collections; offers expanded statistical reporting features; and supports multiple time zones in a single database for enhanced autonomous circulation policies among libraries within a union catalog.
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