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|Summary||Softlink, a local Australian-based developer of library and information solutions, would like to congratulate several schools within its customer base for their notable achievements in 2010 and 2011.|
Softlink, a local Australian-based developer of library and information solutions, would like to congratulate several schools within its customer base for their notable achievements in 2010 and 2011.
Narangba Valley State High School can be commended for their Year 12 student's outstanding OP results in 2010. According to The Courier Mail, 96 per cent of the school's OP-eligible students achieved an OP1 to OP15, a result up 74 per cent from the year before.
Last year, Ormiston State School celebrated many staff and student commendations with 11 staff members nominated for a National Excellence in Teaching Award, another winning the Bayside Bulletin's "My Favourite Teacher" competition, and Ormiston students being placed at the top 35% in the State based on ICAS tests.
Assisi Catholic College's iCentre Coordinator, Maureen Twomey, was the recipient of the 2011 Australian Teacher Librarian of the Year Award. Maureen is a great promoter of Softlink's Oliver Library Management System and OverDrive eBooks based on her participation in a Softlink case study and testimonial video here.
All schools are current users of Softlink systems, including Oliver, the latest web-based Library Management System for 21st century learners.
"I would like to congratulate Narangba Valley State High School, Ormiston State School, and Assisi Catholic College on achieving outstanding results for staff and students," said Mr Kim Duffy, Chief Executive Officer of Softlink.
"It's inspiring to see this dedication to excellence and we're pleased to have these schools on board as our clients."
For more information on Softlink's solutions for school libraries, click here.
Softlink is a world-leading developer of Library Management Systems and information management software solutions, which is used by over 50% of Australian schools. Softlink's software which is developed at its Brisbane head office is now installed in over 10,000 libraries in 108 countries covering ten major languages.
Solutions built with world-leading technology are strengthened by a range of local support services, delivered by Softlink's product experts, experienced library and IT specialists on staff.
Softlink have won two major export awards; The Premier of Queensland's Award for Export Excellence - Information Technology and the Australian Exporter of the Year – Information Technology.
For more information on Softlink and its Liberty and Oliver products, visit www.softlinkint.com.
|Type of Material:||Press Release|
|Issue:||February 2, 2012|
|Last Update:||2012-12-29 14:06:47|
|Date Created:||2012-02-03 10:18:46|