Webcast Alert-System Admin Basics

LibLime is pleased to invite you to the last session of our Fall Technology Seminar Series:

General System Administration and Policy Overview within Koha 

Don’t miss LibLime’s overview of basic systems administration functionality within Koha! This is the last session of our Fall Technology Seminar Series. However, we will continue to produce technology seminars throughout 2010 and into the new year. 
  
 
DATE: Thursday November 18, 2010
 11:00 AM EDT
Please RSVP to ksherman@liblime.com, as space is limited.  Once we receive your response we will provide you with the session link, password, and teleconference number.

KOHA

 Over the past few years, more than 800 libraries across the United States and Canada have chosen Koha as their Next Generation Open Source ILS –and are enjoying the results. This webinar will illustrate why. 

In this seminar we will review System Administration basics like :

  • How to set up patron and item types 
  • Turn features on and off in the OPAC 
  • Circulation rules
  • Setting privileges for staff and more…
Can’t make it on November 18th? 
Contact us for a personal web demo!

Note -As part of our Technology Seminar Series, we will be hosting web casts on a variety of topics over the next few months – Stay tuned!
  
  
LibLime is the world’s largest provider of Koha support.  The LibLime Support Center team includes librarians, system administrators, data specialists, software developers, and IT engineers.  LibLime also provides extensive development resources for Koha as we seek new development partners to enhance Koha and to share the enhancements with the worldwide Koha user base

Tel: (301) 654 – 8088 x 176
Email: kohainfo@ptfs.com

 

 

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