"We have an "Open" Library located in our Welcome Center and Youth Welcome Center. These 2 areas have the most traffic. We've setup 2 small book cases in the Welcome Center and one bookcase in the youth area. On each book…"
"Okay- I need a bit more information- In web opac (if anyone knows- can you go online, and renew, and reserve and see what you have checked out? I don't need to enter from home or monitor stats, and I guess with the world in…"
"We changed from Concourse a computer based program to Atriuum and I do enjoy it. I can work from where ever I may be ( My oldest son has cancer and I am spending a lot of time at his home) I can watch the circulation stats, enter new items and even…"
"The transition from Concourse to Atriuum is quick and easy. Book Systems does the whole transfer. Searching in Atriuum's online catalog is much better and has more things patrons can do than Concourse's online catalog.
I mentioned earlier…"
"Thank you- In atrium, you do everything web-based- even entering books. We are a smaller library than either yours or Nell's- about 8000+ volumes. We've been working on entering the books for about 7 years, but it's…"
"You can upgrade to Atrium from Concourse. They are both products available through Book Systems. WebOPAC is available for both, but is an additional purchase for Concourse, where it is a part of Atrium, since it is a web-based product.…"
"Having used both systems I see the biggest advantage of Atriuum is the OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog). Accessing Atriuum's OPAC is very easy since Atriuum is web-based. Patrons can view it from anywhere there is internet access. They can…"
"Paula, I've used Concourse since it was started over 20 years ago and think it is the best library program for church libraries. A little over a year ago we decided to go to Atriuum and have been delighted with it. Since it is web…"