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BiblioCommons Partners with Hennepin County Library, Douglas County Libraries, Kansas City Area Libraries and Many More to Deliver Best-in-Class Digital Experience Platform

BiblioCommons is excited to announce a number of new public library partnerships in the first quarter of 2016. Hennepin County Library (MN), Douglas County Libraries (CO), Arapahoe Libraries (CO), St. Louis Public Library (MO), MARINet (CA), Kansas City Public Library (MO), Mid-Continent Public Library (MO), Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library (KS), Vaughan Public Libraries (ON), Kokomo-Howard County Library (IN), and Daviess County Public Library (KY) have all started implementing the BiblioCommons Digital Experience Platform in the first few months of 2016.

These innovative public libraries will all launch the new mobile-friendly and fully responsive BiblioCore catalog along with other optional modules such as the BiblioEvents library events management system and the BiblioWeb complete website solution for public libraries.

“It’s been an exciting start to the year,” according to Beth Jefferson, BiblioCommons Co-Founder. “We’ve had our heads down with some big investments over the last two years in both responsive design and BiblioWeb. As we’ve finally been able to roll these services out, it’s been very gratifying to have libraries respond so enthusiastically.”

“As just one example, Hennepin County Library has long been regarded as a pioneer in public libraries,” explained Iain Lowe, Director of Product. “They have done really great work as a team – they built an amazing discovery solution, and they were at the forefront of encouraging patrons to share reviews and recommendations via the library’s online experience. We’re eager for all these staff and patron contributors to join the BiblioCommons community of over 6.5 million active users.”

To learn more, please visit or stop by the BiblioCommons booth, #1418, at the PLA 2016 Conference in Denver, April 5-9.

About BiblioCommons

BiblioCommons first started as a non-profit youth literacy initiative and now provides the online digital experience platform designed for public libraries. The BiblioCore catalog service replaces all search and account management functionality of the traditional web catalog, works on top of existing Integrated Library Systems (ILSs), integrates seamlessly with the library’s branding and website navigation, and delivers a robust social discovery experience. BiblioWeb provides a complete website and content management solution to allow libraries to focus on community, content and curation. Details on all services are at:

Contact: For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact Maxine Levine at 647 436 6381 x2026 or