Evergreen Highlights Opportunities for Modern Workflows at ALA Midwinter

With the changing services libraries offer to their patrons, staff workflows are quickly changing as we strive to keep up with our customers’ high expectations. Library systems also need to adapt to support these modern workflows.

The Evergreen community is leading a session at the 2018 American Library Association Midwinter meeting to show how Evergreen 3.0 is helping libraries serve their users in the modern age. Evergreen at the desk, on the road, and everywhere in between is scheduled for 1 to 2 p.m. at the Colorado Convention Center, Mile High 1E.

Released this fall, Evergreen 3.0 features a new client that can run in a web browser on a desktop, tablet, or mobile phone. In addition to a new modern interface and new way of doing business, Evergreen 3.0 brings us many new features like digital bookplates, batch-editing of user records, public catalog support for linking to maps of shelving locations, and more robust infrastructure.

The session will also highlight new features expected in the March 2018 Evergreen release and provide opportunities for attendees to ask question about Evergreen and the community that supports it.