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Presentation by Anne Welsh and Kate Lomax for Internet Librarian 2009.

Presentation by Anne Welsh and Kate Lomax for Internet Librarian 2009.

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  • 1. Open, free, easy? Building a catalogue from scratch on open source software
    • Anne Welsh and Kate Lomax
  • 2. About These Slides
    • These slides are designed to provide background images for our presentation, and our contact details.
    • Come along on the day to hear about the challenges we have faced and continue to face developing the Feminist Library catalogue as an entirely volunteer staff.
    • This is a presentation about people not about AACR2 or IT issues!
  • 3. Abstract
    • This case study presents work carried out in the last year to build a catalogue for the Feminist Library , an independent collection of Second Wave Women’s Movement materials run entirely by volunteers. It describes the set-up of the Koha Library Management System and the use of the catalogue as inventory, sales tool and record of a unique collection and system of thought. The challenges faced include technical open source issues, working with an entirely volunteer management and workforce, training and time management. Based on their experience, the presenters highlight their recommendations for anyone else wanting to use open source LMS and pinpoint pitfalls as well as benefits of open source cataloguing.
  • 4. Physical Collection
  • 5. Physical Collection 101
  • 6. Physical Collection 101
  • 7. Physical Collection 101
  • 8. Before Koha
  • 9. Before Koha
  • 10. Before Koha
  • 11. Before Koha
  • 12. Before Koha
  • 13. Before Koha
  • 14. Koha’s Card View
  • 15. Z39.50 Search
  • 16. Z39.50 Record Preview
  • 17. Working Copies
  • 18. Editing the Record
  • 19. Adding Copy Details
  • 20. Koha’s Basic Record
  • 21. Contact Details
    • Website: http://feministlibrary.co.uk/
    • Twitter: http://twitter.com/feministlibrary
    • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=7086189852&ref=ts
    • Feminist Library / Kate Lomax: [email_address]
    • Anne Welsh: [email_address]

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