LIBERO users gathered in Australia to hear firsthand the latest features and upcoming development.
The LIBERO User Group 2017 Conference was held last week, and LIBERO staff and guest speakers shared new features, planned development, customer case studies, and networking and direct support opportunities to attendees.
The conference was the perfect opportunity for users to have one-on-one support from LIBERO staff, a preview of features being developed right now, and what is in store for 2018.
“As always, the opportunity to network with both Insight staff and other LIBERO Users was invaluable,” said Brian Plummer of Riverina Regional Library.
“There was an excellent balance between the presentations by Insight staff and by LIBERO Users, showcasing innovative use of the product and other aspects of library service delivery.”
Zac Armistead of Richmond-Upper Clarence Library attended and is excited for LIBERO’s development road map for 2018.
“The WebOPAC overhaul is something that we are very excited for and desperately in need of,” said Zac.
“The work that the design and development teams are putting in looks great and we cannot wait to see it in action.”
User Group 2017 topics included:
Executive Summary by LIBERO Director, Sam Patane
“When two become one” case study by Nicole Barr of Central Coast Library Services.
The Future WebOPAC by LIBERO’s Marketing Team
Future development by LIBERO’s Development Team
“The 24-hour library” case study by Shellie Buckle of Parkes Shire Library Services
“UNO Discovery” case study by Sharon Paterson of Tenterfield Library Services
Library interfaces by Mitchell Whitelaw.