The San Diego County Public Law Library goes live on Koha with ByWater Solutions

30 May 2017

The San Diego County Public Law Library goes live on Koha with ByWater Solutions

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Nathan Curulla
Translated by
Massoud AlShareef
Date Of Blog

San Diego Law Library, of San Diego, CA, is now live on Koha! ByWater Solutions completed the migration of the library’s four branches, and 150,000 plus holdings from Millennium and is providing ongoing Koha support and hosting services to them. The library’s customized Koha OPAC can be viewed at: https://catalog.sandiegolawlibrary.org/

Laurel Moran, Head of Core Operations at the library, commented on their experience moving to Koha with ByWater:

“We are having a great time exploring our new system and will soon enjoy bringing our library members some exciting new changes in functionality. We especially appreciate the partnership aspects of belonging to the Koha community and ByWater Solutions support. We received excellent training from Jessie and others at ByWater before our Go Live. The entire migration process was a great opportunity to re-examine all of our processes and I believe it has made us a better library in many ways. We are glad we made the change!”

About the San Diego Law Library:
Since 1891 the San Diego Law Library has provided free legal information to county residents.  We are open to everyone in 4 convenient locations in Vista, El Cajon, Chula Vista, and downtown San Diego. We are a no-frills operation. There are 23 of us dedicated to serving our community.  But we cannot do it alone. Through programs and outreach events, we partner with the bar associations, public libraries, schools, business groups, the courts and government agencies to provide access to the laws that can bring real justice to those seeking its help. You will find that we are a small but mighty force for the public good. For more information please visit: http://sandiegolawlibrary.org/

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