Koha Training Opportunity

WEBCAST ALERT – Learn Koha with LibLime -Free!

March 3, 2011
LibLime is pleased to invite you to the first session of our
Spring Technology Seminar Series:

Taking a closer look at Koha

DATE: Thursday March 10, 2011
12:00 PM EDT
Please RSVP to kohainfo@liblime.com no later then Tuesday, March 8th,
as this is a FREE event and space is limited.  Once we receive your response
we will provide you with the session link, password, and teleconference number.
Why should you attend?
LibLime Koha is the most cost effective open source ILS
No IT Staff? No Problem

Koha is an open-source product, meaning when you choose Koha

as your Next Generation Integrated Library System, you pay no software cost.

In 2011 Open Source ILS solutions are technically comparable and sometimes superior

to the expensive commercial ILS programs that have been

in use for the last several decades.

Today’s Open Source products offer a range of solutions

for all library types.

Over the past few years, more than 900 libraries across the United States

and Canada have chosen LibLime Koha as their Next Generation Open Source ILS

–and are enjoying the results.

Discover the LibLime Koha Difference

What you will learn: 

  • Some of the newest features available in Koha
  • LibLime support and service offerings
  • Who is using Koha? See their systems
  • Explore patron and staff functionality in Koha

Can’t make it on March 10?
As part of our Fall Technology Seminar Series, we will be hosting
web casts on a variety of topics over the next few months
– keep an eye out for LibLime emails this Spring!

LibLime, a division of PTFS

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.
http://www.liblime.com

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