Re: [IUG] The SkyRiver
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I haven't gotten into SkyRiver much on the IUG listserv because I am not
sure that it is quite appropriate. After all, SkyRiver is owned by Jerry
Kline but is a separate company. I am happy to answer any questions you
might have, or please come to the IUG session on Tuesday morning about the
MSU experience of moving to SkyRiver. If you can't attend IUG, let me know
if you want to talk or I will just answer questions to the folks who want to
Nancy W. Fleck
Associate Director of Technical Services and Systems
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824-1048
(517) 353-8969 (FAX)
fleckn at msu dot edu
On 4/6/10 1:09 PM, "Kimberly (Kim) M. Boldt" <kimberly dot boldt at snc dot edu> wrote:
> We at St. Norbert College are contemplating SkyRiver as well and would like to
> hear about your experiences so please include me in your responses as well.
> Thank you,
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Bonnie Sgarro" <sgarro at bard dot edu>
> To: "IUG INNOPAC List" <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
> Sent: Tuesday, April 6, 2010 11:11:09 AM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
> Subject: [IUG] The SkyRiver
> Is anyone out there already using, or contemplating using, The SkyRiver
> as an alternative to OCLC services?
> I'd like to hear, from a cataloguer's point of view, how this utility
> compares with OCLC, if the savings are substantial enough to warrant
> switching, if the utility is good for media other than books (for
> example, we catalogue a lot of older, classical CDs and
> foreign-published music scores). SkyRiver is a III product and
> compatible with Millennium.
> Thanks in advance for any input.
> Bonnie Sgarro
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