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Video Tutorial on Creating Spine Labels with Koha

In this Koha tutorial video and step by step instructions on how to use the Label Creator in Koha to create Spine Labels. We have had lots of support tickets on the Tool “ Label Creator” .  This blog post includes both step by step instructions and a video on […]


Creating a batch of spine labels in Koha 3.4

After you finish cataloging in Koha you need to print out your spine labels. Once you have a layout all set, you just need to create a batch and print your labels. Koha 3.4 has a minor difference in display over 3.2 and so this updated video will take that […]


Creating batches of spine labels in Koha

After you finish cataloging in Koha you need to print out your spine labels. Once you have a layout all set, you just need to create a batch and print your labels. As always, if you have an idea for a video, please just let me know and I’ll add […]


Creating Spine Label Layouts in Koha 4

The label creator in Koha 3.2 has been completely rewritten and improved. This tutorial will walk you through creating a spine label layout in Koha. As always, if you have an idea for a video, please just let me know and I’ll add it to my list of things to […]


Tutorial on Creating Barcode Labels in Koha’s Label Creator 2

In this Koha tutorial, I am going to walk you through the steps of how to create Barcodes for your library.  There are multiple ways that the barcodes can be adjusted to fit your library’s needs. To start, here is a video tutorial on Creating Barcode Labels in Koha’s Label […]


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Sharing information in the Koha community

One of the strongest parts of an open source community is the way that information is shared among its members. This happens in a number of different ways. We share information in mailing lists, on IRC, via bug reports and via the Koha wiki. When you’re first getting started, joining […]


Migrating from Innovative Interfaces’ Millennium to Koha: The NYU Health Sciences Libraries’ experiences 1

This paper aims to explain the circumstances, methods and outcomes of the New York University Health Sciences Libraries’ (NYUHSL) migration from their previous Integrated Library System (ILS), Innovative Interfaces, Inc.’s Millennium, to the open-source ILS Koha.


Koha 3.2 Released

Yesterday (NZ time) Koha 3.2 was released! I posted recently about the new features in Koha 3.2, but my list was nothing compared to the official release notes. Koha 3.2.0 can be downloaded from: http://download.koha-community.org/koha-3.02.00.tar.gz Installation instructions can be found at: http://wiki.koha-community.org/wiki/Installation_Documentation Koha 3.2.0 is a major feature release. New […]