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Source Publication

Digital Library Perspectives

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

11-14-2016

Volume

32

Issue

4

First Page

239

Last Page

252

Rights

This article originally appeared in Digital Library Perspectives Volume 32, Issue 4.

DOI

10.1108/DLP-02-2016-0004

Abstract

Three regional systems document each massive collaboration project to provide small and rural libraries with a consortia catalog. The systems Central Kansas Library System (CKLS), Northeast Kansas Library System (NEKLS) and Southeast Kansas Library System (SEKLS) narrate their system experience with creating a consortia catalog for libraries in their designated region. Their experience includes the history, the challenges and achievements and the future plans of each of the three Koha integrated library systems. All three systems currently still use this open-source software.

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This article originally appeared in Digital Library Perspectives Volume 32, Issue 4.

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