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NEW Shared Library System

by Ask A Librarian on 2020-05-22T09:46:00-04:00 in Library Information, General | Comments

Big Changes are Coming to the Midlands Technical College Library

Beginning in June 2020, Midlands Technical College library users will have a new tool for discovering articles, books, media, and more in one search. This single, intuitive search interface will replace Vufind, the current library catalog. Students, faculty and staff will be able to use OneSearch, a simple search interface to discover print and electronic resourcesUsers may also easily search PASCAL Delivers through the new search interface in order to request books from any of the other academic libraries in South Carolina. 

MTC joins 54 other South Carolina academic institutions in implementing this next-generation shared library system. The new system will increase efficiencies in managing electronic and print resources and will provide greater opportunities for collaborative collection building.

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