Also, suitability of any particular ILS will depend in part on the nature of the organization using. Academic libraries have different needs from publics, scale of the environment, staff resources and skill sets and willingness to learn, these all come in to play when evaluating an ILS or any other large piece of software.
Tod Olson <[log in to unmask]>
University of Chicago Library
On Jan 12, 2012, at 1:56 PM, Genny Engel wrote:
> Todd, you might want to check out Marshall Breeding's annual ILS survey results:
> He compiles responses from many hundreds of libraries re: open source and proprietary ILSs.
> Genny Engel
> Sonoma County Library
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> Subject: [CODE4LIB] Koha in the Running
> Hello all,
> I'm curious to know of this lists current thoughts on Koha as an ILS. Where
> would you rank it among the various options, open source and vendor?
> PS: If this has been addressed recently and I just happened to miss it in
> the archives: my apologies.
> Tod Robbins
> iSchool GSA Crew
> MLIS Candidate 2012
> University of Washington