Since we shared the planned KLAS+Gutenberg implementation timeline, we've received some requests for an updated list of KLAS libraries now running Scribe, in the process getting a Scribe, or expressing interest in a Scribe.
As of today, we've built and installed Scribes at seven KLAS libraries, have three libraries in progress, and at least four more in line who have formally committed or expressed a strong interest in Scribe.
The limiting factors for getting a Scribe to a library are how quickly we can build it, getting the library migrated to KLAS 7.7, and making sure the equipment is approved for use by parent organizations.
|North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped||Complete|
|New Mexico Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped||Complete|
|Arizona Talking Book Library||Complete|
|Idaho Talking Book Library||Complete|
|Alabama Regional Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped||Complete|
|Braille Institute Library Services - Los Angeles||Complete|
|Maryland State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped||Complete|
|Braille Institute Library Services - Branches||In Progress|
|South Dakota Braille & Talking Book Library||In Progess|
|Xavier Society for the Blind (New York)||In Progress|
|Illinois State Library Talking Book and Braille Service||Not Yet Scheduled|
|Virginia Beach Bayside Special Services Library - Braille and Talking Books||Not Yet Scheduled|
|Florida Braille and Talking Book Libraries||Not Yet Scheduled|
|Perkins Library (Massachusetts)||Not Yet Scheduled|
Finally, keep an eye out: the Users' Group Programming Committee is currently organizing a Duplication on Demand Roundtable webinar featuring voices from both Gutenberg- and Scribe- libraries!