Presentation for the 2021 Koha-US Conference with takeaways in H5P format.
Category: Open Source
How Lancaster Theological Seminary uses Koha reports to inform its Integrated Library Planning process.
Koha, the full-featured open source integrated library system we use at Lancaster Seminary, added an integration for PayPal beginning with the 16.05 release in May 2016. This feature allows libraries to collect credit card payments from patrons through the OPAC. As a small library, we can only accept payments in cash or check at our […]
While at the Leading Edge Libraries Conference on September 20-21, 2018, I had the honor of participating in a panel presentation with AJ Johnson, librarian and data management guru at Walt Disney Parks & Resorts. Here is a summary of my portion of the panel, describing how I updated the records management program at Lancaster […]
20 October 2018 – This post was updated to include the YouTube recording of my presentation made by ByWater Solutions. Thanks, ByWater! At KohaCon 2018, I am presenting on how Lancaster Seminary’s library integrates Koha with SubjectsPlus. The full title of the presentation is, “Leveraging Open Source Library Guides: Integrating Koha and Subjects Plus.” The […]
This presentation was shared at the Leading Edge Libraries Conference, hosted by the Florida-Caribbean Chapter of the Special Libraries Association, on September 21, 2017.
Our 2 year saga of implementing EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) and OpenAthens with Koha didn’t quite fit into the 40-minute presentation slot! Despite that, I hope there was a lot of good information packed into it and perhaps it will inspire others to take the plunge.
Three years of experience with open source and adopting three different open source solutions at our library, was summarized in a 45-minute presentation at the Koha-US 2017 Conference. If you haven’t looked at these platforms before, take a moment to become acquainted with SubjectsPlus, Omeka, and ResourceSpace. The PowerPoint is embedded below.
This is the eve of my first sabbatical. While the word “sabbatical” comes from the same root as “sabbath” and means a type of rest, I have a feeling the next six months will be filled with activity. The change of pace will be a rest of sorts from the usual daily routine of library […]
I loved having a chance to sit down with Jessie Zairo and Nate Curulla to talk about becoming an open source library on “The Library Is Open.” Thanks for the opportunity, friends! Click here to go to the podcast.