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Loyola College of Law Library Joins LOUIS-SirsiDynix Partnership

by LOUIS Libraries on 2017-10-13T14:03:00-05:00 in Enterprise, Discovery, SirsiDynix, SirsiDynix Symphony | Comments

Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Loyola College of Law Library has elected to join the LOUIS-SirsiDynix partnership and migrate to a new integrated library system.

The library will begin migrating to SirsiDynix Symphony, with the discovery solution Enterprise, in the spring of 2018. Loyola College of Law is expected to go live with Symphony and Enterprise in July 2018.

About Loyola College of Law

Loyola University New Orleans College of Law is a private law school in New Orleans, Louisiana affiliated with Loyola University New Orleans. Loyola's law school opened in 1914 and is now located on the Broadway Campus of the University in the historic Audubon Park District of the city. The College of Law is one of only fourteen Jesuit law schools in the United States. It is also one of only a few law schools in the nation to offer curricula in both Civil Law and Common Law. 

About SirsiDynix

SirsiDynix connects people with knowledge at more than 23,000 libraries around the world. Through library management technology and search and discovery tools, libraries using SirsiDynix technology bring relevant resources and the power of knowledge to their users and communities. To find out more, visit


LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network, a program of the Board of Regents, is a consortium of 47 public and private college and university libraries in the state of Louisiana. Founded in 1992, LOUIS purchases and manages technology and resources to support the research, teaching, and learning needs of Louisiana's faculty and students in higher education.  Learn more at  

Contact Jaime K. Barrilleaux, LOUIS Web & Communication Program Manager, at for more information. 

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