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Abstract: Softlink will be exhibiting at the ACPET conference to showcase Liberty v5, the latest web-based solution for knowledge sharing and the integrated OverDrive eLending platform for academic institutions.
Softlink, the Australian developer of Knowledge, Content & Library Management (KCLM) solutions, will be exhibiting at the ACPET conference to showcase Liberty v5, the latest web-based solution for knowledge sharing and the integrated OverDrive eLending platform for academic institutions.
ACPET's 2012 National Conference is the perfect opportunity for tertiary educators and training providers to find out more about Softlink and OverDrive, with over 300,000 eBooks, audiobooks, music and video available for Australian colleges and institutions.
Softlink's Liberty and OverDrive solution seamlessly delivers the management and lending of digital and traditional resources from a central platform. With web-based access, support for tablets, and a dedicated mobile application, Liberty provides access to resources anytime, anywhere.
Visit Softlink at Booth 3 to discover how Liberty and OverDrive content can be retrieved on mobile phones, tablets, desktops, eReaders and other devices. Softlink's Business Development Consultants, Mr Paul Higgins and Mr Jon Jeffrey, will be available at the booth to discuss your information sharing needs.
"I'm looking forward to attending ACPET to meet with educators across Australia and discuss our resource management and eBook solutions," said Mr Jon Jeffrey.
"Liberty is a great system used by academic institutions worldwide to manage and deliver resources for course requirements."
The ACPET 2012 Conference will be held at The Westin Sydney, on 30-31 August, 2012. To register for the conference, visit: http://www.acpet2012.com.au/
For more information on Liberty and OverDrive, visit: http://www.softlinkint.com
Softlink is a world-leading developer of Knowledge, Content & Library Management Systems 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:||August 24, 2012|
|Last Update:||2012-12-29 14:06:47|
|Date Created:||2012-08-24 09:36:53|