Re: [IUG] boopsie - any experience?
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- Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2010 09:15:27 -0700
- From: John De La Fontaine <delafo at oxy dot edu>
- Subject: Re: [IUG] boopsie - any experience?
Occidental College (Los Angeles) is using Boopsie for a suite of apps
including our library catalog.
We are pleased with the searching which is optimized by Boopsie's indexing.
You do not have to type in entire words to get relevant results.
We also have a "My Millennium" channel available on Boopsie.
The major negative so far is that I have to send batches of new records to
Boopsie. We are waiting for an improvement in this regard when OCLC records
can be sent directly to Boopsie on our behalf.
If you wish to see our Boopsie apps look for "Occidental College" in the
John de La Fontaine
Occidental College (los Angeles
On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 7:11 AM, Anna Brynolf <anna dot brynolf at mah dot se> wrote:
> We're currently looking at various mobile solutions for the library
> catalogue, for example, Library Anywhere from LibraryThing, which we're
> betatesting. We've also heard about Boopsie but don't know much about it
> - has anyone tried it or are using it and can give us some feedback
> about it?
> Thanks in advance,
> Anna Brynolf
> Digital Information Services
> Malmö University Library
> 205 06 Malmö
> Tel: +46-40 665 72 34
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