[Koha] KOHA Migration of Public Libraries in Turkey Project

Chris Cormack chris at bigballofwax.co.nz
Mon Jan 21 15:31:04 NZDT 2013

That is fantastic news! I wish you all the best and I'm sure it will be

Is Tumer Garip still at NEU, if so please say hello from me.

On Jan 21, 2013 2:24 PM, "Mustafa Arıcı" <mustafa.arici at neu.edu.tr> wrote:

> Hi dear KOHA community,
> We would like to say a few words about the great KOHA migration project
> that is going on in Turkey lately.
> This project initiated by "Republic of Turkey Ministry of Culture and
> Tourism" and "Near East University".
> The project itself aims to migrate all the Public Libraries that are
> operating under authority of Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
> And this makes up to total 1112 branches, with more than 800.000 users
> total and approx. 8.000.000 bibliographic records currently.
> Also it's anticipated that this movement will bring great attraction from
> other libraries located around the country and also from some other
> organisations as well.
> As Near East University, Innovation and IT Center we are dealing with the
> technical aspects of the project. Also I would like to point out that Near
> East University Grand Library has been actively using a modified version of
> KOHA since 2005 and made some software contributions to KOHA project from
> time to time.
> We are happy to announce this to the community.
> Regards.
> --
> Mustafa Arici
> Software Developer
> Innovation and IT Center - Near East University
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