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Improved catalogue system in the works for library

Morris Daily Herald [Wednesday, May 7, 2008]


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Abstract: AquaBrowser will be installed as an overlay on the existing iBistro interface. A previous Sirsi system could not be made to work, so the library has continued to use the iBistro. $90,000, Sirsi credited to PrairieCat, the consortium in which the library participates, whichwas allocated to a new catalogue. PrairieCat is the name given to the public computer catalogue and also the name of the automation consortium of the Prairie Area Library System. Because of the money available, the cost of AquaBrowser to the Morris library will be $500. Morris library will pay a total of $13,512 in automation costs to PrairieCat in the coming fiscal year.

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Publication Year:2008
Type of Material:Article
Language English
Published in: Morris Daily Herald
Issue:Wednesday, May 7, 2008
Publisher:Morris Daily Herald
Place of Publication:Morris, IL
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Record Number:13260
Last Update:2012-12-29 14:06:47
Date Created:2008-05-08 08:11:20