The Dalton McCaughey library is undergoing a digital metamorphosis

The Dalton McCaughey library is undergoing a digital metamorphosis!

We are excited to announce a major project is underway to refresh the library catalogue and website. The library team are working with Calyx to implement the Koha library system and the new library site will go live on 26 November.

The project launch has been timed for a quiet time of year, however, we want to make sure staff and students of the Colleges expect the change.

JCS will have a ‘landing page’ created for branded access to the library (library.jcs.edu.au) and we are working with the website coordinators to design and implement these access points.

The new catalogue promises to be very easy to use and the library will continue a communication campaign through to April to introduce our members to the new site.

Jesuit College of Spirituality is a College of the University of Divinity and a work of the Australian Province of the Society of Jesus. Jesuit College of Spirituality is dedicated to promoting interest in Christian spirituality, pastoral formation and their allied disciplines, and to provide the opportunity to develop among its community of communities (ecclesial and academic) the means to further their research and continuing study interests through formal and informal opportunities.

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