The Getting It System Toolkit (GIST) focuses on optimizing workflow by leveraging systems to do more work while reducing the staff time necessary to make informed decisions and process materials.
- Free and open source tools and software
- Customizable configurations
- Automate evaluation and other processing
- Streamline decision-making and automate processing for;
- Acquisitions & Interlibrary Loan: Borrow & Buy Strategies
- Collection evaluation and processing of gifts, duplication detection and deselection, free ebook detection and more…
Selected SlideShare presentations
- GIST for ILLiad Webpages (April 2010 RRLC Workshop)
- GIST Gift and Deselection Manager (December 2010)
- Acquisitions Manager Preview (March 2011 OCLC ILLiad International Conference)
GIST Development Team @ SUNY Geneseo
Tim Bowersox, Information Delivery Services Librarian
Cyril Oberlander, Interim Director (Project Sponsor)
Kate Pitcher, Head of Technical Services
- Mark Sullivan, Library Systems Administrator
- The GIST project is partially funded by the Rochester Regional Library Council through the Regional Bibliographic Databases and Interlibrary Resource Sharing Program
- Many thanks to Atlas Systems for supporting the development of GIST for ILLiad and providing training and implementation services.
- Thanks to OCLC for providing expanded usage limits of the WorldCat Search API for GIST users and supporting the installation of the Acquisitions Manager ILLiad tables for hosted sites.
- Beta testing was conducted by Adam Traub (Rochester Institute of Technology)
- WorldCat API programming support was provided by Kyle Banerjee (Orbis Cascade Alliance) and Terry Reese (Oregon State University)