DES PLAINES, ILLINOIS, Oct. 14, 2003: Endeavor Information Systems announced today that California State University Channel Islands (CSUCI), Camarillo, CA selected the Voyager integrated library management system and the ENCompass for Digital Collections system for managing and searching digital objects. Voyager will be the first CSUCI-owned catalog, as the library is currently sharing an Innovative Millennium system with CSU-Northridge.
The only new university to start in the United States in 2002, CSUCI is hosting the first freshman class this semester. The CSUCI Library currently serves over 2,400 users from the CSU-Channel Islands campus and CSU- Northridge campus.
With over 62,000 volumes, the CSUCI library holds four special collections: the Robert J. Lagomarsino Federal and State Collection, the Jack O'Connell State Collection, the Camarillo State Hospital Collection and the University Collection of CSUCI archives.
“Voyager and ENCompass provide us with the tools to create, develop and sustain a truly digital teaching student-centered library,” said Paul T. Adalian Jr., University Librarian at CSUCI.
"Libraries strive be the center of information at every growing institution. By selecting Endeavor's user-focused software solutions in Voyager and ENCompass, CSU-Channel Islands is poised to deliver very positive user experiences for their researchers. Clear access to library-qualified information helps the library increase their role on campus and remain the first resource students turn to for information,” said Roland Dietz, Endeavor President and CEO.
About Endeavor Information Systems
Endeavor Information Systems, based in Des Plaines, IL, was founded in September of 1994. Endeavor offers a complete line of library solutions for traditional and digital collections. Visit Endeavor at www.endinfosys.com for more information about Voyager, ENCompass, or LinkFinderPlus.