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Integrated Library Systems (ILS) are the systems that support library functions like cataloging, circulation, the OPAC or catalog, and management of acquisitions.  Find a description of what an ILS is at [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_library_system Wikipedia entry for "Integrated Library System"].   
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Integrated Library Systems (ILS) are the systems that support library functions like cataloging, circulation, the OPAC or catalog, and management of acquisitions.  Find a description of what an ILS is at the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_library_system Wikipedia entry for "Integrated Library System"].   
  
 
= Success Stories =
 
= Success Stories =

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Integrated Library Systems (ILS) are the systems that support library functions like cataloging, circulation, the OPAC or catalog, and management of acquisitions. Find a description of what an ILS is at the Wikipedia entry for "Integrated Library System".

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Tips for writing a Request For Proposal (RFP) for an ILS at the Southwest Michigan Library Cooperative (opens as a PDF)

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