OpenSource Software and Applications

Introduction to the OPAC

Now that I have uploaded this assignment, I thought I’d share it with you all. I made this short film as an introduction to GIL Find, our Online Public Access Catalog or OPAC. I am constantly surprised at the number of patrons even at the undergraduate level who aren’t sure how to find a book […]

A Review of Shelflister, an OpenSource Voyager Client

The University of Texas informational website for the Voyager client Shelflister describes this OpenSource program as a “client for generating real-time shelf lists” including charge statistics, browsing statistics, and item status (e.g. missing, charged, circulation review, etc). With the help of our automation librarian and a loaner iPad, I downloaded this program to find out […]