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At some point in our lives, we all encounter situations where a little assistance can go a long way. In the realm of libraries, the same holds true.
Libraries have been an integral part of our society for thousands of years. They offer knowledge and a space for discovery. However, with the rise of technology, the traditional physical library has been challenged by the digital library.
In today’s digital age, libraries are constantly looking for ways to enhance their efficiency and productivity. One solution that is a proven winner is the adoption of an Integrated Library Management System (ILMS).
Meet Callum, he joined our team in 2022 as a developer. He’s based in our Australian offices and we get to know a little bit more about him in the latest of our Softlink Information Centers Employee Spotlight series.
As the legal landscape continues to evolve, law libraries play a vital role in providing essential resources and services to legal professionals and researchers. In 2023, several emerging trends are shaping the field of law libraries, transforming the way they operate.
In today’s digital age, digital collections have become more essential than ever. They allow us to preserve, store, and access different types of digital objects. Our recent webinar highlighted there are many types of digital collections that serve different purposes. These include digital archives, digital libraries, databases, digital publications, text corpora, and digital repositories.
Members of the Softlink IC team travelled to Wellington, New Zealand to conduct an in-person User Group Meeting (UGM) for our clients based in New Zealand. Additionally, we had the opportunity to participate in the New Zealand Law Librarians Association (NZLLA) conference. What a week in Wellington!
As an industry leader in library management software, Softlink is proud to commemorate 40 years of innovation and customer success in 2023. Our journey began in 1983, a time when the landscape of technology was vastly different from what we know today.
We recently hosted our highly anticipated, in-person, User Group Meeting (UGM) in Melbourne, Australia. The day was filled with valuable insights, informative sessions, and demonstrations; we even welcomed enthusiastic attendees from the distant shores of Papua New Guinea.
We get to know more about Benjamin, who’s based in our Australian offices in the latest of our Softlink Information Centers Employee Spotlight series.