It’s now time to take stock
Mon, 04 Nov 2019
With the end of the year fast approaching, now is an excellent time to consider stocktaking your library collection. Read our latest SCIS Blog post to be inspired and learn more.
Connections 111 is now online
Wed, 09 Oct 2019
The latest edition of Connections is now available. This quarterly magazine is freely available to anyone, anywhere. Read issue 111 now.
SCIS Data case study: Ruth Maloney, Tonbridge Grammar School
Fri, 06 Dec 2019
In this case study, Ruth Maloney from Tonbridge Grammar School in the UK shares her experience using SCIS Data and how it creates cataloguing efficiencies and supports information literacy in schools.
SCIS services are important in ensuring efficiency and quality in our cataloguing processes. SCIS provides an authority set that is school-catalogue appropriate and meets our curricula needs. The Dewey classification is thorough and systematic. I unreservedly recommend SCIS to library professionals.
Head of Libraries
The Alice Smith School, Malaysia
SCIS is great. It’s really, really helped my cataloguing. It has such a high hit rate, especially as SCIS has got so many English schools now. I would say the hit rate is about 98%. The ability to enter a book that SCIS doesn’t have a catalogue record for, and to ask for it to be done for you is just great. I love that.
Eltham College, UK
SCIS is an essential pillar within the school library community. Through the provision of accurate and comprehensive catalogue records, as well as their strong role in advocacy and professional learning, SCIS plays an active and vital role. I recommend their high-quality and timely services to any school library.
SCIS works with providers of library management systems to ensure the most efficient delivery of SCIS products and services. Subject to agreement, library system vendors are offered complimentary access to SCIS products for the purposes of development, testing and demonstration.
SCIS supports university and TAFE educators in training and developing future librarians with essential cataloguing skills. Subject to agreement, lecturers of librarianship courses are offered complimentary access to SCIS for their students to use as part of their studies.
SCIS works closely with a number of publishers, distributors and suppliers. By arranging for new, high demand titles to be catalogued in the SCIS database, publishers have an additional avenue for reaching their market and customers have a consistent resource management solution.