Archive for the ‘Evergreen’ Category

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

Library Anywhere adds support for Evergreen and Aleph

We have a number of updates for Library Anywhere to announce. First off is the inclusion of two new systems that we can now work with:

We’ve just added support for Aleph and Evergreen. If you’re a library on one of those systems who’s been patiently waiting to use Library Anywhere, let us know and we’ll set you up with a free trial.

That means that Library Anywhere now works with all the major (and some minor) OPAC systems, including: III (Webpac and Webpac Pro), Horizon Information Portal, Sirsi (eLibrary, iBistro, iLink, Web2), Polaris, Civica Spydus, Voyager 7, Koha, Aleph, Evergreen, Destiny Follett and Infocentre, and Companion Alexandria.

Library Anywhere is now the mobile catalog and website for 130 different library systems, including Ocean State Libraries, Libraries Online, and Wake County Public Library. See all the libraries using Library Anywhere by simply clicking the … menu within Library Anywhere and choose “Select a Library”.

To order Library Anywhere, or get a free trial, call 877 340-2400, or email You can also email questions to

Visit our booth at ALA Annual: booth 827 and we’ll show it to you in person!

Labels: Aleph, Evergreen, library anywhere

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

LTFL: now available for Evergreen

We’ve been working on adding the LibraryThing for Libraries enhancements to the open-source catalog Evergreen. We’ve worked out the kinks, and it’s ready to roll.

We’ve integrated both the Catalog Enhancements (tags, tag browser, recommendations, other editions and translations) and the Reviews Enhancement (300,000 LibraryThing reviews, patron reviewing, Facebook app, blog widgets).

If you’d like to see how LTFL looks, check out the catalog of Kent County, Maryland. We owe them a thousand thanks for working with us on making this work.

Labels: Evergreen, librarything for libraries, ltfl, ltfl libraries