MassLNC Welcomes New Partners to Evergreen Development Initiative

The Massachusetts Library Network Cooperative (MassLNC) is pleased to welcome three new partners to its initiative to fund development in the Evergreen open-source Integrated Library System. Read more »

Introducing the MassLNC Evergreen Development Initiative

MassLNC is pleased to announce a new program to grow membership in its development collaborative to the larger Evergreen community.

The MassLNC Evergreen Development Initiative is an opportunity for libraries and consortia running Evergreen to maximize their resources by pooling funds to sponsor exciting new features and important bug fixes. Read more »

Survey for public catalog development

Tell us which you improvements you most want to see in the Evergreen public catalog!

The MassLNC Development Committee is focusing on public catalog development for this fiscal year. We kicked off the year with a focus on the catalog discussion at the June 2015 MassLNC Conference. The public catalog working group reviewed the ideas raised during that discussion and identified those that are top priorities for improving the catalog. Read more »

Report from the 2015 Evergreen Hack-A-Way

MassLNC sponsored this year's Evergreen developer hack-a-way, which was held at NOBLE headquarters in Danvers. There have already been several wrap-ups in the community about the hack-a-way, but I wanted to focus on some highlights of interest to MassLNC. Read more »

MassLNC August 2015 Updates

MassLNC continues to stay busy throughout the summer with a new developer, an exciting event to plan for, and progress made on some critical development projects.
Welcome Jake!
MassLNC is pleased to announce the hire of a part-time developer to work on bug fixes and enhancements important to Massachusetts Evergreen libraries. Jake Litrell started working for MassLNC on July 1.

MassLNC Conference Survey for Attendees and Non-Attendees

Please help us plan for the next MassLNC conference by providing us with some feedback!

Now that the 2015 conference has ended, we are looking for feedback from attendees and non-attendees to help us plan for next year's conference. We are asking people from the MassLNC community to help us out by filling out a survey not only to provide feedback on last week's conference, but also to answer some questions about the timing and location of our next conference.

Please take a few minutes to fill out one of the below surveys: Read more »

Last Chance to Register for 2015 MassLNC Users Conference

The registration deadline for the 2015 MassLNC Users Conference is looming. Please submit your registration by the end of the day Thursday, May 28.

The conference is an opportunity for staff working at libraries in the three MassLNC networks to learn about Evergreen and to share tips and tricks with their colleagues. The program is available at Read more »

MassLNC Web Site Will Be Down

The MassLNC web site will be taken down tonight at 11 p.m. to move to a new server. We will send out an e-mail to the masslnc-libs list when it is back up again and post an update to Facebook and Twitter.

MassLNC Conference Schedule is Now Available

The schedule for the 2015 MassLNC Users Conference is now available at

The conference will be held from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Thursday, June 4 at the Hogan Campus Center at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester. There is no charge to attend for staff who work at libraries in one of the three MassLNC networks (C/W MARS, MVLC, NOBLE). Read more »

MassLNC is hiring

The Massachusetts Library Network Cooperative is hiring a part-time developer to work on bug fixes and enhancements for the Evergreen Integrated Library System. The expected start date for the developer is July 1, 2015.

The position offers great work/life balance and flexibile working hours. The successful candidate will telecommute and be expected to maintain a designated work area to perform their MassLNC duties. Some travel may be required.

It's a great opportunity to work with a team committed to Evergreen's success and to work with a dynamic open-source community. Read more »

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