Three more libraries use open source library system Koha

Three more special library collections have migrated to the open source Integrated Library System Koha, according to LibMe LibLime,, a leader in open source solutions for libraries. Libraries are Native Village of Afognak Library in Alaska, USA; the Alaska Statewide Mentor Project also in Alaska, USA; and the Childcare Resource and Research Unit, a resource room at the University of Toronto, Canada. Try a demo of the web-OPAC of Koha at LibMe.
I wonder if there is any library in Sweden using open source for library systems? Mostly it’s proprietary systems like Voyager, Aleph, Axiell, Horizon etc. If you know libraries with Open Source library systems in Europe, just write a comment!

6 responses

  1. Hi there,

    The name of the vendor supporting Koha is LibLime, not LibMe. ;-). They provide a number of support services on Koha including hosting, installation, development, migration assistance, software maintenance, staff training, and technical support.

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