Softlink, Australia's largest supplier of school Library Management Solutions, will be attending ASLA 2011 to showcase the Oliver v5 Library Management System and OverDrive ebook and audiobook service for schools. The Conference will be held in Lane Cove, Sydney on the 2-5th of October, 2011 with the theme of innovation, instruction, and integration in teaching practice.
ASLA's 22nd National Conference is the perfect opportunity for schools to find out how Oliver v5 can assist your library in providing a 21st century service, including bringing OverDrive eBooks and other digital content to your school. OverDrive is the leading digital distributor for eBooks, audiobooks, music and video, supplying digital content to over 15,000 libraries worldwide.
Visit Softlink at Booth 35 to discover Oliver v5's information sharing power, as it integrates with a range of digital technologies, including Clickview, DVC, Moodle, SharePoint, Meet the Author videos, Accelerated Reader, Virtual Learning Environments and more.
Softlink's Educational Sales Consultants, Mrs Susan Gan and Ms Deirdre Gibb, and Mr Hillary Noye, Director of Business Development Asia Pacific, will be available to discuss your school's library software needs.
"I am looking forward to attending ASLA and meeting with schools to discuss how our software solutions can assist resource centres in today's digital environment," said Mrs Gan.
"With its web-based access, eBook and audiobook integration, ability to manage digital and physical resources, and access on multiple digital devices, Oliver v5 is the perfect solution for the tech-savvy student."
To register for the ASLA 2011 Conference, visit http://www.asla.org.au/pd/conference/registration.htm
For more information on Oliver v5 and OverDrive, visit http://www.softlinkint.com
Softlink is a world-leading developer of Library Management Systems, and information management software solutions. Softlink's software which is developed at its Brisbane head office is now installed in over 10,000 libraries in 108 countries covering ten major languages.
Solutions built with world-leading technology are strengthened by a range of local support services, delivered by Softlink's product experts, experienced library and IT specialists on staff.
Softlink have won two major export awards; The Premier of Queensland's Award for Export Excellence - Information Technology and the Australian Exporter of the Year – Information Technology.
For more information on Softlink and its Liberty and Oliver products, visit www.softlinkint.com