Academic Libraries Choose Endeavor's ILS Solution

Apr 02, 2004


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Endeavor Information Systems has announced that three academic libraries recently selected the Voyager integrated library management system for advanced library automation. The following libraries are currently migrating from their previous systems to Endeavor's Voyager ILS: Arkansas State University-Newport, Newport, AR; Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX; and University of St. Mary of the Lake and Mundelein Seminary, Mundelein, IL.

Arkansas State University migrates to Voyager from a Dynix system. The ASU-N Library serves traditional and continuing education students with items supporting the University's educational programs including aviation, nursing, and commercial driver studies.

Southwestern University chose Voyager to replace a Dynix system. The A. Franklin Smith Library Center serves users with volumes and special collections including a large Texana grouping of papers from the incorporation of the Republic of Texas through the U.S. Reconstruction period.

University of St. Mary of the Lake and Mundelein Seminary selected Voyager to replace an OCLC system. The Feehan Memorial Library is used for studies of patristics and church history. The library services and collections reinforce the University's mission as the major seminary and school of theology of the Archdiocese of Chicago, as well as the

University's continuing education programs.

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