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Libero Announces Development of Libero Uno – A Brand New Federated Search Feature

Libero continues to deliver new functionality for Australia’s Public, Academic and Corporate Libraries with the development of its fully-integrated federated search portal, Libero Uno. Libero continues to deliver new functionality for Australia’s Public, Academic and Corporate Libraries with the development of its fully-integrated federated search portal, Libero Uno. To be made available with Libero’s web-based… View Article

Libero 6 – A new and exciting future

Libero 6, which will run in a Web Browser is on the way. The first Beta version will be released to the domestic market in the second quarter of 2008. The International version will follow soon after that. This will be a hybrid version and will contain all of the circulation functions in the new… View Article

Electronic Resource Discovery – The Libero OpenURL Gateway

We are pleased to announce that Libero now has a simple and flexible way of defining OpenURL statements that can be targeted to any OpenURL target link resolver. Insight is also in discussions with TDNet for the purposes of providing our customers a simple to manage and cost effective OpenURL resolver solution. Library users traditionally… View Article

Libero – A library information service for people with a disability

The World Wide Web Consortium, promoting itself as the organization leading the Web to its fullest potential, includes a division called the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). The Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) develops strategies, guidelines, and resources to help make the Web accessible to people with disabilities. Over the last twelve months Insight invested a significant… View Article

SIP2 Enhancement

The SIP2-interface for the connection of automatic self-issue machines is a long-standing component of the LIBERO software, and the interface was enhanced at the beginning of 2005 to permit the connection of media return and sorting equipment. The return of books outside of library business hours (Bookdrop) now becomes feasible, coupled with a reduction in… View Article

Federated Searching with LIBERO

A prototype of Libero’s WebOPAC has been developed which allows members to search local catalogues as well as remote catalogues with a single query All functionality developed and serviced by Libero development with no reliance on third party products or support Functionality enabled by simple configuration within Libero Parameters. Familiar Libero search interface maximises customer… View Article

WebOPAC Embeds Amazon Enriched Content

The Libero WebOpac now has the potential to provide enrichment to your catalogue display in the form of cover art and reviews from Amazon.com. Customers just need to check that their environment is correctly configured and the information becomes freely available. The enriched content uses port 80 which is a standard port for web browsing… View Article

Libero Version 5

Libero Version 5 is currently undergoing beta testing for release to customers. Libero clients can expect to receive a wealth of new functionality building on previous version releases. Highlights include: Pictorial Searching– Libero offers a broad range of picture searching options making access to your catalogue that much easier! Building on from a Kid’s Catalogue,… View Article