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Abstract: After months of preparation and training, 20 local public and college libraries in Illinois and Iowa will launch a new software system Wednesday that will provide about 120,000 patrons with more user-friendly access to about 2 million library items LaWanda Roudebush, director of the Davenport Public Library and chairwoman of the RiverShare library consortium, said the new Polaris library software will be used by the member libraries to check materials in and out and track circulation.
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|Type of Material:||Article|
|Issue:||Thursday, October 27, 2011|
|Place of Publication:||Davenport, IA|
|Last Update:||2012-12-29 14:06:47|
|Date Created:||2011-10-28 05:09:55|