Thanks Julien and Buddy for the pointers!
Another cool project I recently found out about is this open-source ILS
being developed by a collaboration between a network of public libraries in
Western Switzerland and Belgian academic libraries:
On Tue, Jan 19, 2021 at 8:39 AM Pennington, Buddy D. <[log in to unmask]>
> The November/December 2020 Library Technology Report (
> https://journals.ala.org/index.php/ltr/issue/view/779) is on ILS
> consolidation. While it primarily covers the business side of things the
> last chapter does provide some observations about potential ILS
> integrations with other systems used in academia such as learning
> management systems, data analytics, research management, etc.
> Buddy Pennington
> Head of Electronic Resources & Systems
> University Libraries
> University of Missouri – Kansas City
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> Dear code4lib friends,
> I'm looking for literature and pertinent analyses (not necessarily
> scholarly articles) on what could be the evolution of library management
> systems in the future. I'm thinking more in terms of features than in
> business/consolidation terms. Any good pointers?
> Many thanks, and apologies for cross-posting.