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Gosford Joins Libero

Gosford City Library has recently decided to become a Libero Client. Gosford, on the Central Coast of NSW, just north of Sydney, is an area of 1028 sq kilometers with a population of over 160,000 people. Gosford Library has 8 branches and has a mobile library, a service point at Gosford Railway Station, and a… View Article

Libero launches Bankstown into the future

On the 22nd February 2006, Bankstown Council’s Deputy Mayor, Clr Tania Mihailuk, launched the city’s new, state-of-the art Library system, Libero, which will take Bankstown’s libraries into people’s homes. “On behalf of the Mayor of Bankstown, Councillor Helen Westwood AM, and all Bankstown City councillors and staff, I am honoured to ‘cut the ribbon’ and… View Article

Public Libraries Australia

Libero was a major sponsor of the recent inaugural Public Libraries Australia conference in Albury. The Conference was attended by nearly 200 people involved in Public Libraries around Australia. Insights’ Santo Cavallaro and Paul Saunders attended the Conference. The Public Libraries Association will provide a single voice for the issues and concerns of the Public… View Article

Libero Welcomes Bankstown

Bankstown City Library went to tender for a new Library Management System in December 2004. After an exhaustive process Libero was selected as the new Library Management System to be installed at Bankstown City Library. Bankstown Library has 71,000 members in an area population of 172,000. Circulation is 1,300,000 items per year. Bankstown Library has… View Article

Libero Faces at CPLA

CPLA annual conference was held at Gosford, NSW on 20-22 July. The conference was well attended by Libero clients and staff. The theme of the Conference was Feast of Formats and was capped off on the Thursday evening with the Conference Dinner. Most of the Guests were dressed up in Mediaeval costume, and some people… View Article

Upper Hunter Implements LiberoWEB

Upper Hunter Regional Library was the first Library to implement the new LiberoWEB for the operation of all the branches. Libero is used at Muswellbrook, and LiberoWEB has been implemented at the six branches. UPPER HUNTER REGIONAL LIBRARY The Upper Hunter Regional Library serves a population of 28,570 in three Local Government Areas in the… 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

Australian Library & Information Week

This year’s theme is ‘Down and loaded: the right information at the right time’ acknowledging the innovative activities and services provided by library and information professionals, focussing on the delivery of information via the online environment. Libero is proud to support our clients in information and service delivery. Libero and Libero’s Open Search Portal provide… View Article

LIBERO at Geelong Grammar

The LIBERO System has been chosen by Geelong Grammar and will be fully implemented prior to the commencement of the first term in 2005. Corio Library (including Bostock House), Timbertop Campus and Glamorgan Campus will all be running from a cental server.

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