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Assistant Director, Technology Services Development
LYRASIS

Email:Peter.Murray@lyrasis.org
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Address:1438 West Peachtree St NW, Suite 200, Atlanta GA 30309-2955
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Case Studies on Open Source Adoption in Libraries: Koha, CoralERM, and Kuali OLE

'When the Open Source System is the Best System'
Open Source Integrated Library System in a Rural American Library
Kuali OLE at the University of Chicago Library

LYRASIS has published three open source software case studies on FOSS4LIB.org as part of its continuation of support and services for libraries and other cultural heritage organizations interested in learning about, evaluating, adopting, and using open source software systems.
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