When patrons find a book in the online catalog, they have only a call number to guide them to their book. StackMap is a web-based software solution to provide patrons with a detailed map and written directions to an item in one click, without ever leaving the catalog.
All libraries, from large academic libraries with many floors of stacks to small public libraries, can help their patrons find items more easily. In simplifying the process from curiosity to holding a book, StackMap can save time for both patrons and library staff.
06/27/13 - StackMap is demoing at ALA Chicago. Come visit us in booth #2257.
05/30/13 - Orange County Library System announces StackMap integration.
12/12/12 - Blog post from a JHU systems librarian on technical choices for integration.
11/02/12 - StackMap is demoing at CLA San Jose.
10/04/12 - Tennessee Today article on StackMap at the University of Tennessee's Hodges Library
10/16/12 - Direction Magazine podcast reviewing StackMap and its potential
07/23/12 - ALA TechSource coverage of StackMap at ALA
06/23/12 - StackMap is demoing at ALA Anaheim. Come visit us in booth #326.
StackMap is provided as software as a service (SaaS) in 2 parts:
Setup Fee - based on number of floors and libraries mapped, paid once. As part of the setup, we will provide
Annual Subscription Fee - based primarily on number of volumes in libraries, paid annually. As part of the subscription, we will provide
For a preliminary quote, email email@example.com and please include:
Interested in StackMap for you library? We would be happy to answer any questions, send along more information, or hold a webinar to show off what we've built. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or even give us a call at (650) 701-7275. Please also look at our info sheet for a distributable summary of StackMap.
For any other questions, you can reach us at email@example.com