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EMTACL2015
Open Source for libraries
Koha – Bokeh – Drupal
Coral – Omeka - Piwik
Paul Poulain, CEO & founder of BibLibre
Open Source for libraries
Open Source :
➔Free to use, modify, distribute
➔Software built by communities of developers &
us...
Open Source for libraries
Advantages :
➔Depending on your IT skills, do it yourself
➔The software is independent from a ve...
Open Source for libraries
Service needed
➔The reason BibLibre exists : helping libraries with
OpenSource
➔We choose tools ...
Open Source for libraries
Some numbers
➔Staff of 18 (4 librarians, 12 IT, 2 sales)
➔1M€ yearly income
➔Supporting 500+ lib...
Open Source for libraries
Koha
➔ILS used by thousands of
libraries.
➔Acquisition, cataloguing,
authorities, circulation,
p...
Open Source for libraries
Koha
➔Web-browser for
staff interface as well
as OPAC
➔New features
published every 6
months,
ma...
Open Source for libraries
Drupal
➔CMS (Content
Management System)
➔Zillions of modules
(hard to choose. We
made a choice)
...
Open Source for libraries
Bokeh
➔Library portal
➔CMS features
➔Automatic biblio
enhancements
(gallica, europeana,
Wikipedi...
Open Source for libraries
Coral
➔Electronic Resources
Management
➔Back-office tool to
manage your
contracts &
subscription...
Open Source for libraries
Omeka
➔Web publishing
platform
➔For organizing &
publishing digital
materials
➔Flexible & extens...
Open Source for libraries
Piwik
➔Web analytics
➔Respect users
privacy
➔Used by millions of
websites
Open Source for libraries
Thank you,
For any question :
Booth 4
Paul Poulain (paul.poulain@biblibre.com)
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BibLibre Presentation EMATCL Trondheim April 2015

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Paul Poulain attented the 2015 EMATCL conference in Trondheim in April 2015.
He presented BibLibre, our software and services.
Video is available here: https://vimeo.com/126247557

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BibLibre Presentation EMATCL Trondheim April 2015

  1. 1. EMTACL2015 Open Source for libraries Koha – Bokeh – Drupal Coral – Omeka - Piwik Paul Poulain, CEO & founder of BibLibre
  2. 2. Open Source for libraries Open Source : ➔Free to use, modify, distribute ➔Software built by communities of developers & users
  3. 3. Open Source for libraries Advantages : ➔Depending on your IT skills, do it yourself ➔The software is independent from a vendor strategy ➔Price ➔short term : no licence, ➔long term : new features coming « for free », not tight to the vendor
  4. 4. Open Source for libraries Service needed ➔The reason BibLibre exists : helping libraries with OpenSource ➔We choose tools that we support & improve ➔We specialise in those tools ➔We contribute to the community, to improve those tools
  5. 5. Open Source for libraries Some numbers ➔Staff of 18 (4 librarians, 12 IT, 2 sales) ➔1M€ yearly income ➔Supporting 500+ libraries (100+ contracts), including ➔10 universities ➔Customers in France, Switzerland, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, Netherlands,
  6. 6. Open Source for libraries Koha ➔ILS used by thousands of libraries. ➔Acquisition, cataloguing, authorities, circulation, patron management, serials, statistics
  7. 7. Open Source for libraries Koha ➔Web-browser for staff interface as well as OPAC ➔New features published every 6 months, maintenance releases every month
  8. 8. Open Source for libraries Drupal ➔CMS (Content Management System) ➔Zillions of modules (hard to choose. We made a choice) ➔Integrated with your ILS depending on a connector
  9. 9. Open Source for libraries Bokeh ➔Library portal ➔CMS features ➔Automatic biblio enhancements (gallica, europeana, Wikipedia, arte-VOD, …) ➔Connected to ILS
  10. 10. Open Source for libraries Coral ➔Electronic Resources Management ➔Back-office tool to manage your contracts & subscriptions ➔Usage statistics using SUSHI files
  11. 11. Open Source for libraries Omeka ➔Web publishing platform ➔For organizing & publishing digital materials ➔Flexible & extensible
  12. 12. Open Source for libraries Piwik ➔Web analytics ➔Respect users privacy ➔Used by millions of websites
  13. 13. Open Source for libraries Thank you, For any question : Booth 4 Paul Poulain (paul.poulain@biblibre.com)

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