OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives: Volume 27 Issue 1


Table of contents - Special Issue: Open source ILS/OPAC implementations

Transformation: next generation technical services at the University of California Libraries

Norm Medeiros

This paper seeks to feature an interview with Brad Eden, Associate University Librarian for Technical Services and Scholarly Communication at the University of California…

The golden mean

Robert Fox

This column aims to explore the consequences of making uninformed technology decisions in the context of strategic planning for digital library environments.

Understanding agile project management methods using Scrum

H. Frank Cervone

This paper seeks to define and describe agile project management using the Scrum methodology as a method for more effectively managing and completing projects.

A survey of Koha in Australian special libraries: Open source brings new opportunities to the outback

Don Keast

This paper aims to examine the adoption of the open source library management system, Koha, amongst Australian special libraries.

An example of inter‐university cooperation for implementing Koha in libraries: Collective approach and institutional needs

Camille Espiau‐Bechetoille, Jean Bernon, Caroline Bruley, Sandrine Mousin

This paper seeks to show how three university libraries (Rhône‐Alpes, France) decided to switch their proprietary software for the Open‐ILS Koha, with particular focus on…

OSS diffusion in Italian libraries: The case of Koha by the Consorzio Interuniversitario Lombardo per l'Elaborazione Automatica (CILEA)

Zeno Tajoli, Alessandra Carassiti, Andrea Marchitelli, Fulvia Valenti

Koha is an open‐source Integrated Library System (ILS) developed in New Zealand and deployed for the first time in January 2000 for the Horowhenua Library Trust. Koha is a…

Migrating from Innovative Interfaces' Millennium to Koha: The NYU Health Sciences Libraries' experiences

Ian Walls

This paper aims to explain the circumstances, methods and outcomes of the New York University Health Sciences Libraries' (NYUHSL) migration from their previous Integrated…

How to choose a free and open source integrated library system

Tristan Müller

This paper seeks to present the results of an analysis of 20 free and open source ILS platforms offered to the library community. These software platforms were subjected…



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