Drupal is a rich and powerful Content Management System with a very dynamic user community: Drupal runs the web sites of Amnesty International, Stanford ou the University of Michigan Libraries, but also the web sites of public and academic libraries of all stripes and sizes.
BibLibre is here to help you manage your web site project with an easy to use system, while allowing great flexibility and tailor-made modules to add functionalities to fit your particular needs. We know the web and Drupal, we know libraries and we have a good understanding of their needs: we can help with your web project from the very first stages to the training of he staff and maintenance at the very end.
A demonstration of our work on Drupal will be available soon.
Drupal makes it easy to manage a sophisticated publishing workflow:
Drupal allows for different graphical interfaces, which allows us to:
Drupal gives you the tools to allow your patrons to interact with the library, such as:
Drupal is a very extensible system: we can add many modules which will give you more functionalities, all the way to entirely replacing your native opac and give to patrons functionalities that the opac might not have, such as facetting, tag clouds, comments on records and more. Not mentioning a complete and perfect graphical integration between the library's web site and it's opac.
If you have a web site project and want to know more about what we can do to help you make the most of Drupal's potential, don't hesitate to get in touch with us.