Re: [Videolib] Media booking systems - recommendations?

d.mandel@neu.edu
Fri, 9 Feb 2007 08:19:26 -0500

Hi,

We use the III Millennium Media Booking system, part of our Libraries' ILS.
It works very well, though it's not super slick.

Debra

Debra H. Mandel,
Head, Media Center
Northeastern University Libraries
360 Huntington Ave.
200 SL
Boston, MA 02115
d.mandel@neu.edu
617-373-4902; 617-373-8955-FAX


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Good afternoon VideoLib,

We are looking into automating our library's media (video/dvd/film) booking
system. We are interested in knowing what systems/software other libraries
are
using for their media bookings. We do bookings for in-house and ILL. Our
A/V
dept uses WebCheckout http://www.onshored.com/booking.htm for equipment
bookings but the software seems less than ideal for media bookings. We'd be
grateful for any comments, recommendations, or advice we receive.

Thank-you in advance,

Janette McConville
Library
Emily Carr Institute. Art + Design + Media
1399 Johnston Street
Vancouver, B.C., Canada V6H 3R9
tel: 604.844.3077
fax: 604.630.4531
https://www.eciad.ca
jmccon@eciad.ca

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