NEW! EVERGREEN INDIANA 2.5
Watch the video below (from the beginning to the 10:47 mark) to learn more about some of the new features in the latest version of Evergreen Indiana.
WHAT IS EVERGREEN INDIANA?
Over 100 public, school, and institutional libraries serving nearly one million Hoosiers across Indiana have joined the growing Evergreen Indiana consortium, which use the Evergreen Indiana integrated library system (ILS), commonly called an online catalog. Patrons of participating libraries may use their Evergreen Indiana library cards to borrow materials from any member library.
The Evergreen Indiana online catalog holds over 2.9 million bibliographic records and provides access to over 6.8 million items.
See the Evergreen Indiana Consortium Members Page for a complete list of the participating libraries. For hyperlinks to participating libraries’ websites, click here. See also the Evergreen Indiana Member Map for locations of member libraries.
The Evergreen Indiana project is funded by the Indiana State Library through Library Services and Technology Act grants. The services provided by the State Library include purchasing and maintaining the central servers, personnel costs in operating the system, training, software development, data conversion, and other related expenses.