Thursday, 19 September 2013

Charles Sturt goes live

After months of planning, training and preparation Charles Sturt joined the One Card project today. 

Adding five new access points to the consortium and bringing the total of items on the LMS to 3,285,909, with over 870,000 users.

Charles Sturt Mayor, Kirsten Alexander officially launched the One Card at the Woodville branch and unveiled the new look enterprise catalogue that you can view here.

Library Manager Jacqui Stretton thanked the entire Charles Sturt Council for their support of the project from IT, Marketing and Communications, Property Services and Governance.

Jacqui had lots to say about the efforts of staff:

The whole library team were committed and engaged throughout the project. Many of the team played integral roles including: designing and building the Enterprise site, delivering training, data testing, volunteering to be change champions and being tapped on the shoulder to be subject matter experts. All of this while continuing to deliver business as usual to our customers.

The library coordinators were outstanding in managing and leading the key elements of the project. It has been a privilege to work with them and their dedication to delivering a great outcome for our community has been fantastic.

It is wonderful to be part of the One Card Network and we can’t wait for what comes next.

Mayor, Kirsten Alexander (far right), Library Manager Jacqui Stretton (far left) and members of the Charles Sturt team

Charles Sturt staff using the new library management system

Information and screen for library customers to help demonstrate and explain the new service

Mayor, Kirsten Alexander looks on as staff demonstrate the new Enterprise catalogue and the millions of items now available to Charles Sturt customers.

And of course some One Card branded cupcakes!

Cupcakes up close...yum!


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