C & P Bibliography Services announces free personal catalogue solution for library professionals

  • Published: August 19, 2013
  • Koha

Forest Hills, NY, August 19, 2013 - C & P Bibliography Services is pleased to announce DaredevILS, a new initiative that offers free access to the Koha open source integrated library system to librarians and library school students.

“Open source integrated library systems like Koha bring personal ILS installations within the reach of anyone with access to a server and system administration expertise,” says Jared Camins-Esakov, founder of C & P Bibliography Services. “Unfortunately, most people do not have a spare server in their back pocket, and the technical barrier to entry for server administration can be quite high. With DaredevILS, we can eliminate that barrier, and give librarians and library students the opportunity to familiarize themselves today with the technology they will be using tomorrow.”

DaredevILS installations are available to librarians and library school students in the United States and Canada on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information about DaredevILS, and to sign up, please visit http://www.librarydaredevils.com/

About C & P Bibliography Services

C & P Bibliography Services works with private and institutional collectors to help them manage their book collections intellectually, physically, and virtually. C & P offers support, hosting, and development for online catalogues to special libraries, using Koha and other open source systems to reduce libraries’ costs and increase their capabilities. For more information about C & P Bibliography Services, please visit http://www.cpbibliography.com/

About Koha

Koha is the first free software library automation package. In use worldwide, its development is steered by a growing community of users collaborating to achieve their technology goals. Koha’s feature set continues to evolve and expand to meet the needs of its user base. Koha offers libraries a full-featured ILS built on platform-independent open standards and an open source license (the GNU General Public License) that protects the library’s right to do what it wants with its catalogue. To learn more about Koha, please visit http://koha-community.org/

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