March 9, 2009 - AquaBrowser Library has been chosen by the Harvard University Library, the largest academic library worldwide, as its search and discovery platform. The AquaBrowser implementation will include faceted navigation, word cloud discovery, relevancy ranking, an integrated Authority File, real-time availability information for items, and integration with the ILS for patron services such as placing holds, making requests, viewing checkouts, and renewing items.
“We are delighted that the prestigious Harvard University Library has chosen AquaBrowser”, commented Bas Zwaan, Medialab President and CEO. Taco Ekkel, Director of Development at Medialab, added, “Harvard University Library’s Office for Information Systems has done extensive technology screening. We’re thrilled that they have chosen the AquaBrowser search and discovery platform.”
The AquaBrowser implementation at Harvard University is set to debut to students and faculty in the spring of 2009.
Full press release at the link.