Thursday, 6 June 2013

Former LINK consortium goes live

Today marked an extraordinary day in the rollout of the One Card project as member library services of the former LINK consortium all went live today…covering 20 library sites!

Having this many libraries launching on one day is a complex operation, however preparations were thorough and although some technical issues arose, they are being overcome without too much disruption.

We’ll be adding photos from these launches as they come through, so please keep an eye on this post. 

The library services joining One Card today were:

Adelaide Hills (visit Enterprise catalogue)

·         Stirling Library

·         Woodside Library

·         Gumeracha Library

·         Adelaide Hills Mobile Library

·         Nuriootpa Library

·         Angaston Library

·         Lyndoch Library

·         Mt Pleasant Library

·         Tanunda Library

Clare & Gilbert Valleys (visit Enterprise catalogue)

·         Clare Public Library

·         Riverton Library

·         Saddleworth Library

·         Auburn Library

·         Hamley Bridge Library

·         Clare Historical Collection (Clare Town Hall)

Gawler (visit Enterprise catalogue)

·         Gawler Library

·         Evanston Gardens Library

Light Regional (visit Enterprise catalogue)

·         Kapunda Library

·         Freeling Library

·         Greenock Library

The photos immediately below are from today’s Adelaide Hills launch at Stirling Library.
Adelaide Hills Manager Dee O'Loughlin along with staff & Friends celebrating their "go live"
Adelaide Hills: Di Cranwell (local LMS project leader) with flowers to thank her, shown with 
Kelly Morris (Community Programs & Promotions) offering lemon curd meringues & strawberry tarts

And here are some photos from the Light Regional Library Service launch on Wednesday 19th June at Kapunda Library.  The Light celebration was attended by members of the community, Council staff, Barossa Library staff and a class from the local primary school.

Light: Pepper Mickan (Library Services Manager) and Mayor Bill O’Brien officially launch the celebrations
Pepper Mickan reads  ‘The flim-flam fairies’ to the school class and visitors that attended the launch celebrations
Members of the community, Council Staff and Barossa Library staff, Tania Paull and Elizabeth Beales, watch on as the network is officially launched at the Light Regional Library Service
Light photographs courtesy of Ken Lyons – Stone Hut Photography

Jo Freeman
A/Associate Director
Public Library Services

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations to all of the LINK libraries and welcome! Love the colour of my old 'local' public library's Enterprise site.