Gaylord Partners with Web Feet, Syndetic Solutions; Announces New Implementation. (Library Systems Today)

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Gaylord Partners with Web Feet, Syndetic Solutions; Announces New Implementation. (Library Systems Today)


Gaylord Information Systems (GIS), a division of Gaylord Bros., Inc., has announced additional partnerships that provide enhanced capabilities to users of its Polaris integrated library system. GIS has also announced that the Paulding County (Ohio) Carnegie Library has selected the Polaris system.

Partnerships

New partnerships include Web Feet for preselected Internet resources and Syndetic Solutions for enhanced bibliographic data. GIS previously announced agreements with MSNBC for a continuous news feed for its Polaris PowerPAC portal, with Baker & Taylor and Ingram Library Services, Inc. for Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), and with Unique Management Services for material recovery.

Web Feet selects and describes the best Web resources for public libraries and schools. With 5,000 Web sites chosen by librarians, teachers, and subject-area experts, Web Feet offers links to hundreds of topics. New content is added and existing content is updated monthly to ensure the collection and all URLs are kept current. Libraries that subscribe to the MARC-formatted Web Feet collection can import records into the Polaris database for use with the Polaris PowerPAC.

Syndetic Solutions provides libraries with enriched bibliographic information that allows them to display fiction and biography profiles, tables of contents, first chapters or excerpts, summaries and reviews, author biographies, and full-color cover images. By subscribing to descriptive information feeds from Syndetic Solutions, Polaris customers can display enhanced content for records in their own library catalog as well as for records retrieved from other Z39.50 library catalogs. …

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