Auto-Graphics, Inc.

Auto-Graphics, Inc., the industry-leading provider of software that powers the library and the first Web-based library resource management solutions provider, and the Vermont State Library announce the selection of Auto-Graphics’ SHAREit™, as the new state-wide Interlibrary Loan and resource sharing system, along with Auto-Graphics’ VERSO™ library management system, as the new library management software option for Vermont’s libraries wanting to modernize and upgrade their existing ILS software. Auto-Graphics is the only publicly-traded library software vendor to provide software solutions along with full financial transparency. The company’s nearly seven (7) decades of providing solutions to the markets it serves reflects how well Auto-Graphics has listened to their customer base and stayed abreast of new technologies, continuously reinventing their products and services to help libraries of all sizes become more efficient and patron-centric. The Auto-Graphics browser-based Library Management Platform for patrons and staff – currently used by more than 11,000 libraries in North America – is comprised of VERSO®, an integrated public library system (ILS); SHAREit™, a resource sharing product providing patron-initiated sharing, circulation-based interlibrary loan (ILL) using NCIP and consortial borrowing solutions; SEARCHit™, a federated search and discovery module; SLIMS™, a small library information management system, and MONTAGEdc™, a digital asset management (DAM) solution. All products are fully compliant with ISO and NISO standards, and are available through the effective cloud-based delivery (SaaS – Software as a Service) model. For more information, please visit www.auto-graphics.com, Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter. Auto-Graphics trades under the stock symbol AIFS.

Contact: Elizabeth Kelley, Marketing Communications Manager, (909) 569-1544, eak@auto-graphics.com

Auto-Graphics is the lunch sponsor for VLC 2017.

Department of Information Science at the University of North Texas

The Department of Information Science at the University of North Texas offers an ALA-accredited Master’s Program in Library & Information Science. In collaboration with the Manchester City Library, we are now admitting a second cohort of students from Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine to begin study in Spring 2018. Students will attend a four-day Onsite Institute at the Manchester City Library on January 12-15, 2018 and a two-day Institute on June 2-3, 2018. The remaining portion of the program will be completed online.

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Contact: Dr. Phil Turner, Cohort Director, pturner@unt.edu

Auto-Graphics is a room sponsor for VLC 2017.