Cornell Library FOLIO Case Study



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Colt, J., & Howell, D. (2021). Cornell Library FOLIO Case Study. International Journal of Librarianship, 6(2), 13–20. (Original work published December 22, 2021)
Received 2021-09-13
Accepted 2021-12-06
Published 2021-12-23


Cornell University is a private university with a public mission. With a student body of about 25,000, Cornell is the federal land-grant institution of New York State, a private endowed university, a member of the Ivy League/Ancient Eight, and a partner of the State University of New York. Cornell Library supports the university’s mission with 20 different physical and digital libraries, a collection of 8.5 million volumes and 1.7 million e-books, and about 400 staff.

After 20 years using the vended application Voyager by Ex Libris as the Library’s integrated library system (ILS), on July 1, 2021 Cornell Library completed our migration to the open-source platform, FOLIO.


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