INWOOD, WV, May 9, 2007 - 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.
AquaBrowser sales include:
- Old Colony Library Network, Braintree, MA
- Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library, Indianapolis, IN
- Harris County Public Library, Houston, TX
- Ouachita Parish Public Library, Monroe, LA
- Metro Nashville Public Schools, Nashville, TN
- Douglas County Libraries, Castle Rock, CO
- Regina Public Library, SK, Canada
- Santa Cruz City County Library, Santa Cruz, CA
- Educational Service Unit #3, Omaha, NE
- Bethlehem Area School District, Bethlehem, PA
- Lemont High School, Lemont, IL
More and more libraries are using AquaBrowser to show off their collections and integrate their data sources. It provides users with a better way to search library catalogs, because it yields more successful searches and refined results. Libraries don't have to purchase an entirely new library system to use AquaBrowser Library because it integrates with any ILS.
There are now more than 200 worldwide AquaBrowser Library customers. Visit www.TLCdelivers.com/aquabrowser to learn more.