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May 17, 2013
TLC Labs co-sponsors first ever Publishing Hackathon on book discovery. The Library Corporation
TLC Labs has joined New York Public Library, Kobo, Readmill, Swarm, and others to cosponsor the first Publishing Hackathon led by major media industry participants: The Perseus Books Group, Librify, BookExpo, and William Morris Endeavor (WME). The event is being hosted at The AlleyNYC, a coworking space that is the home of TLC Labs’ New York City office.
May 10, 2013
Invest in your library’s future with TLC. The Library Corporation
A TLC library system is the best choice for a library looking to provide a user experience that today’s staff and patrons expect. Tomorrow’s best library system will not be Windows-based, and libraries will need ways to streamline the patron online experience and move past bulky, ill-designed staff clients designed for 10-year-old PCs. Tablets, smartphones, and the evolution to BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policies are making PCs and PC-based retail experiences obsolete. E-resource spending is rising fast too. Busy lifestyles have made business hours irrelevant. Libraries and their automation systems must adapt.
January 23, 2013
TLC completes second phase of its e-resource strategy. The Library Corporation
With the addition of OverDrive API integration into its LS2 public catalog, TLC has completed the second phase of its e-resource strategy. Last year, TLC rolled out services to provide custom full MARC records in 48 hours for OverDrive and 3M titles, and now libraries using the TLC LS2 PAC will be able to complete checkouts and place holds using the recently released API services from OverDrive, 3M, and Baker & Taylor.
January 21, 2013
TLC successfully implements OverDrive Status and Availability service into LS2 PAC . The Library Corporation
The Library Corporation has successfully integrated the released set of OverDrive API services into its public catalog. The functionality will be available to anyexisting or new TLC library using the LS2 PAC.
November 1, 2012
Library.Solution excels in Canadian school system . The Library Corporation
After 19 years with the same library automation system, Canada’s Mountain View School Division was ready for an upgrade. They wanted a Web-based system that was powerful, dependable, and adaptable to the workflows they had established over two decades.
October 16, 2012
eBiblioFile a wonderful service for catalogers . The Library Corporation
The eBiblioFile MARC records service for digital downloads surpassed 175 library system customers at the end of September. It represents one of the fastest-growing new library businesses in recent years, and eBiblioFile has established itself as the most streamlined and sophisticated version of an e-resource cataloging service on the market today.
September 27, 2012
Lists and Actions for librarians on the go. The Library Corporation
The Library Corporation introduced Lists & Actions, a powerful new circulation feature to compliment the Web-based LS2 Staff interface for TLC’s Library.Solution automation system.
September 12, 2012
Sault Ste. Marie PL launches most modern computer system in the north. The Library Corporation
In January, Sault Ste. Marie Public Library went live with TLC’s Library.Solution ILS and several of its Web-based, touchscreen-enabled modules, providing the library system withsocial-networking capabilities that were not previously available to staff and borrowers.
March 7, 2012
SNAP goes live with CARL.X. The Library Corporation
The Solano, Napa, and Partners Library Consortium, headquartered in Fairfield, Calif., has upgraded to CARL.X, The Library Corporation’s next-generation library system designed for high-volume, customer-focused libraries. The consortium, which had used TLC’s CARL•Solution ILS since 1992, introduced its new automation system to the public on Feb. 21.
January 21, 2012
TLC, OverDrive partner to provide MARC records. The Library Corporation
The Library Corporation and OverDrive announced an agreement that enables OverDrive customers to order high-quality TLC MARC records and cataloging services simultaneously with their digital OverDrive materials. Using TLC's streamlined BiblioFile OnDemand technology, MARC records for e-books, audiobooks, and music and video titles will be prepared and delivered directly to each OverDrive library ready to import in just a few days. Final testing is under way and is expected to go live very soon.
October 18, 2011
TLC welcomes new libraries. The Library Corporation
In the first nine months of 2011, TLC added 34 library systems to its growing family of Library.Solution customers, including the Alamogordo Public Library in New Mexico, King's College in New York, and Mountain View School Division in Manitoba, Canada.
October 13, 2011
Canadian school district 'so impressed' with TLC. The Library Corporation
A media specialist in British Columbia is praising The Library Corporation for its professionalism and efficiency during her school district’s recent implementation of Library.Solution for Schools.Suzanne Hall, district librarian at Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows Schools during the ILS transition process, said the upgrade was a daunting task.
August 17, 2011
TLC releases LS2 Mobile for Android. The Library Corporation
The Library Corporation’s LS2 Mobile app is now available for Android, offering millions of additional smart-phone users the ability to access their local library’s catalog.
June 14, 2011
Monroe County Library System implements CARL.X. The Library Corporation
The Monroe County Library System of Rochester, N.Y., has upgraded to CARL.X, The Library Corporation's next-generation integrated library system designed for the world's largest, busiest, and most customer-focused libraries. Monroe County Library System, which had utilized TLC's CARL.Solution ILS since 1993, introduced its new automation system to the public on May 31.
February 15, 2011
Anchorage School District implements TLC’s Library.Solution for Schools. The Library Corporation
The Anchorage School District has implemented The Library Corporation’s Library.Solution for Schools automation system. With 49,000 students, nearly 100 educational facilities, and more than 1.3 million library titles, the school district that serves Alaska’s largest city needed a proven automation solution.
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