Tag Archives: OPAC

New Syndetic Solutions™ Video Game Content Makes OPACs More Useful for Gamers

“Serving “gamers” at the library just got a little easier as a new addition to ProQuest Syndetic Solutions™ enables these often-loyal users to access rich content on video games right from the library OPAC or discovery layer.  Video Game Enriched Content contains game covers, user ratings, the Maturity Standard Rating (such as “Everyone” or “Teen”) and more for 70,000 U.S. titles and nearly 20,000 U.K. titles.” (via PRNewswire)

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The Dewey Dilemma

LJ – “In the search for better browsability, librarians are putting Dewey in a different class”

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VuFind

VuFind is a library resource portal designed and developed for libraries by libraries. The goal of VuFind is to enable your users to search and browse through all of your library’s resources by replacing the traditional OPAC” (via)

Roy Tennant has more info.

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One Place

Roy Tennant: “I still believe our users want to find everything they can on a topic in one place, with one search, rather than going from place to place puzzling out each new interface. Well, now finally that’s happening in a couple of interesting ways.”

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