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South Thames College select Heritage

Wed, 11/08/2010 - 11:28am

South Thames College is a multi-site further education college in south-west London. Formerly OLIB users, they recently merged with Merton College, who were using Heritage.

After a lengthy tender process and demonstrations they decided to adopt Heritage for their harmonised catalogoue. There are now three sites with learning resource centres - Wandsworth, Tooting and Merton. There are approximately 27,000 students and 1,550 staff. A move to Heritage has enabled the college to enhance and improve their services while at the same time reducing their annual support costs significantly.


King Edward VI College go live with Heritage

Mon, 19/07/2010 - 8:43pm

King Edward VI College is a specialist A-level Sixth Form College for Stourbridge and the surrounding area.

Heritage was selected earlier this year as a replacement to the old Calm system that had been in place at the college for many years.


HR Wallingford select Heritage

Thu, 15/07/2010 - 9:52am

HR Wallingford is a highly-respected environmental research facility with a diverse range of stock and specialist requirements.

They provide world-leading analysis, advice and support in engineering and environmental hydraulics, and in the management of water and the water environment. Library staff there will be using Heritage to manage a wide range of documentation, including books, reports, electronic documents and even Admiralty charts!


NEW Heritage Moodle Block

Thu, 10/06/2010 - 3:07pm

A new Heritage Block has been created for Moodle, and is now available for for free download from the Heritage Support website for supported customers.

The block enables users of Heritage and Moodle to provide a library search and account information for logged-in users. Heritage users should visit for further information.


William Ellis School Purchase Heritage LMS

Wed, 02/06/2010 - 9:08am

William Ellis School is an over-subscribed secondary comprehensive school for boys in Highgate.

The school had been using the Eclipse system for their library, but rather than have a data conversion the librarian decided to start afresh with Heritage Library Management System and catalogue everything from scratch using the Quickcat Online module.


Worle Community School select Heritage as their Library Management Software

Fri, 21/05/2010 - 1:23pm

Worle Community School is an oversubscribed school on the edge of Weston-super-Mare.

Worle has been an Arts college since September 2000, specialising in Media Arts. Read their Case Study to learn more about their choice of Heritage as their school library management software.


INTO University of East Anglia London choose Heritage Library Software

Thu, 13/05/2010 - 7:21am

INTO UEA London offers a range of courses that prepare you for entry to degrees at both the University of East Anglia's London and Norwich campuses.

Helen Westwood, the librarian at the London Campus, wanted a fresh and exciting new library management system to manage her brand-new library, and after considering various systems, including those currently in use at the University, she selected Heritage.


March Open Day enjoyed by over 50 Heritage users

Tue, 06/04/2010 - 1:19pm

Now a regular event, our Open Days are becoming increasingly popular with users as an alternative to seeing us at the more traditional exhibitions

The IS Oxford Open Day held in March proved to be the most popular yet, with over fifty users joining us on the day for the presentation of Heritage 4.2.9 followed by a guided tour of the Ashmolean museum in Oxford. 

We were delighted with the warm reception that the new developments received. We'll be posting some photographs from the day on the website soon. 

The next Open Day, on 17th June, is already heavily subscribed, so if you are a Heritage user and you'd like to join us please get in touch soon to book your place. If you're not a Heritage user, but you are interested in coming to one of our Open Days then please contact Emma Duffield for further details.



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