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Atlas Systems breaks new ground with Ares Online Seminar

Press Release: Atlas Systems, Inc. [October 14, 2010]

Copyright (c) 2010 Atlas Systems, Inc.

Abstract: Atlas Systems, the leading provider of time-saving solutions for libraries, is hosting its first online seminar for the e-reserves community on November 3-4, 2010 from 1:00-4:00 p.m. EST each day. Attendance is free and open to anyone interested in the electronic management of course reserves.


VIRGINIA BEACH, VA October 14, 2010 Atlas Systems, the leading provider of time-saving solutions for libraries, is hosting its first online seminar for the e-reserves community on November 3-4, 2010 from 1:00-4:00 p.m. EST each day. Attendance is free and open to anyone interested in the electronic management of course reserves. Details on the seminar and registration information are available at http://www.atlas-sys.com/products/ares/seminar.html.

Seminar speakers include David Larsen, Head of Access Services, University of Chicago; Dru Zuretti, Copyright Education Manager, Copyright Clearance Center; Crystal Hester, Course Reserves Coordinator, Case Western Reserve University; and Angela Mott, Electronic Reserves and Copyright Coordinator, University of Florida.

The Ares system automates library reserve services and provides robust copyright management, integration with a variety of e-Learning environments, and the ability to accept a wide variety of file formats. "The Ares E-Reserve Online Seminar will cover all the critical areas of e-reserves management, from copyright to training faculty and students to use the system," said Rich Stryker, Ares Liaison. "The Online Seminar will enable anyone with a phone line and internet connection to attend without incurring any cost. With tight library budgets and restricted travel, a free online seminar is the best way to reach the most people."

About Atlas Systems

Atlas Systems is a software development company founded in July 1995 with the mission of developing library automation to "promote library excellence through efficiency." Atlas is best known for the ILLiad Resource Sharing Management Software, in use in over 1,100 libraries and now distributed exclusively by OCLC. Focused on bringing the benefits of automation to library processes that have not been addressed by other software services, Atlas has introduced Ares, an electronic reserves solution, and Aeon, an online request and workflow management system specifically designed for special collections libraries and archives. For more information, visit www.atlas-sys.com, email ares@atlas-sys.com, or call Rich Stryker at 757-467-7872 ext 210.

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Publication Year:2010
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Issue:October 14, 2010
Publisher:Atlas Systems, Inc.
Company: Atlas Systems, Inc.
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Date Created:2010-10-14 12:03:37