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Koha Resources

There are many resources available on the web, and this page categorizes many of them below. Select the tab for the types of information you are interested in to see relevant links.

Koha Resources

This page by Codey Kolasinski provides a PDF file describing the installation of Koha. It contains a positive evaluation of the installation, including installing its dependencies and some customization.

This website provides information about an installation guide for Koha on Ubuntu. The guide comes from a user who installed Koha on Ubuntu, troubleshooted problems, and documented the entire process to help others in the future.

This Lyrasis website contains information about classes and events related to the open source Koha ILS software track. Demos and online classes provide training related to the OPAC, circulation procedures, patron management and notifications, basic cataloging, technical services workflows, and advanced systems management.

This is the official blog for ByWater Solutions and addresses such topics as free open source webinars, MARC records, customer support, patron categories, libraries using Koha, migration, item types, and setting up libraries and branches in Koha.

The Clean Clouds blog includes an installation guide for Koha on various releases of Ubuntu with MySQL. It also provides information about open source and proprietary ILSs, Koha features, the software required, and finally detailed installation instructions.

The Koha Library Software Community blog includes news about Koha as well as a demo, documentation, downloads, ways to get involved, and a newsletter.

Open Source – Open Libraries is a blog and website representing libraries and organizations committed to OSS alternatives for libraries. The IMLS-funded project focuses on making members aware of the OSS products currently available as well as the companies available to provide support, customization, and hosting. The website includes a general Q and A and more specific details about features and training for Evergreen and Koha.

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The Librarians Matter blog addresses topics such as open source, specifically related to Koha and the software fork with the support company LibLime.

The Equinox Software blog provides information on this open source provider of Evergreen and Koha. Additional information on services, news, and contacts is also available.

The Koha Library Software Community blog includes news about Koha as well as a demo, documentation, downloads, ways to get involved, and a newsletter.

Open Source – Open Libraries is a blog and website representing libraries and organizations committed to OSS alternatives for libraries. The IMLS-funded project focuses on making members aware of the OSS products currently available as well as the companies available to provide support, customization, and hosting. The website includes a general Q and A and more specific details about features and training for Evergreen and Koha.

The Open Library Blog discusses Koha and open source in general. Topic categories include accessibility, architecture, code, conferences, digital libraries, e-books, HTML, Koha, and searching.

This is the Meta Interchange blog by Gale Charlton, an OSS ILS programmer and manager who works on Koha, Evergreen, and other open source projects. It covers topics on libraries, computing, metadata, and more. 

Evergreen Forest is a blog about open source topics ranging from Linux to specific types of software. Although it focuses mostly on Evergreen, topics related to Koha may be covered more extensively in the future.

This is the blog for Equinox, which provides open source library software, focusing on the Evergreen and Koha systems. The website also includes information about services, news, and events.

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