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Remind Members to Borrow Instead of Buy

We’ve recently heard about a great browser extension that we wanted to share with you all. It comes from Sonja and Yvonne at the Albury City Library. Library Extension checks the online catalog of the user’s local library for the book or e-book the user is browsing for and displays it on the same page…. View Article

Save time with LIBERO Shortcut Keys

How great is ‘Ctr + C’? You can just grab anything you want and ‘Ctr + V’ it anywhere! Don’t know what I’m talking about? Then let me introduce you to the wonderful world of shortcut keys. Shortcut keys are usually one, or a combination of keys that you press on the keyboard at the… View Article

End of Financial Year To Do

In this LIBERO TV, we went through your to-do list for your end of financial year tasks like: setting up next years’ budget (budget rollover), finalising orders, renewing subscriptions, running your statistical reports, database cleanup tasks, stocktake Catch up on this episode. We have a great collection of statistical reports in our Help Centre that… View Article

“My Precious…” Data Through Reports

Statistics don’t delight most people, but when it comes to managing your Library and your collection, they are important. We use data to decide what to include or discard from your collection, and whether eBooks are out-borrowing regular books, among many other things. That should make your statistics a treasured commodity. One of the quickest… View Article

You’ve got to keep it updated

Are you still using Windows version 3? I’d say not, and why? Because it’s old. It looks out of date, the functionality is clunky, compared to what we have today, and it just can’t do the things that the latest version of Windows can do. These are the same reasons that you should be updating… View Article
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The Changing Face of Library Catalogues

Catalogues serve as the foundation of the library – it makes everything easily accessible. But have you ever thought about how far cataloguing has come, especially in the last 40 years? Clay tablets and papyrus scrolls Catalogues can be traced back to the libraries of antiquity. Information recorded on clay tablets,1 served as basic location… View Article