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Aeon

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Many of the challenges of running a special collections library are unique to that genre of library. Because of this standard software offerings designed to help libraries manage their collections fall short of meeting the unique needs of special collections libraries. With this in mind, Atlas Systems, in consultation with the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library at the University of Virginia, has designed and developed a circulation management system that enables special collections libraries to provide better customer service in a more secure and controlled environment. More about: Aeon

 

Ares

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Ares was designed to automate library reserve services and provide fast effective use for faculty, students and reserve staff. The key to Ares development is process review. The development team reviewed the process of electronic reserves at several large institutions and turned this information into an operational flowchart which became the basis for the software development. This process based development allows the software to automate existing processes - not to dictate processes. The result is a true automation system which works to streamline your reserve operation. More about: Ares

 

Odyssey

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Download your FREE copy of Odyssey!

Introducing stand-alone electronic delivery software from Atlas Systems. Our Odyssey software utilizes the open Odyssey protocol published by Atlas Systems and integrated with the OCLC ILLiad ILL management system. The Odyssey stand alone module allows sites to send and receive electronic documents to other Odyssey sites, OCLC ILLiad sites, and other vendor's software that supports the Odyssey protocol. More about: Odyssey Standalone

ILLiad

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OCLC ILLiad is OCLC's premier ILL system. The ILLiad ILL system is used in more than 890 libraries around the world. ILLiad is licensed through OCLC. You can contact your OCLC Network to order or you can order through the OCLC ILLiad web site. More about: OCLC ILLiad