LYRASIS is a leader in open technologies, hosting, data migration, content licensing, and community supported software programs for libraries, archives, museums and research organizations worldwide.
Understanding the Scope of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Activitiesin United States Libraries
Simplify Access, Boost Circulation and Support Reading
LYRASIS and Skilltype form exclusive partnership todistribute talent management tools to global library community.
Robert Miller, LYRASIS CEONamed “Top 20 Dynamic CEO of 2020
As all of our communities are working to respond to the COVID-19 situation, LYRASIS wants to help by offering our members the following services, free of charge:
Need a virtual classroom or place to meet? Use our extra Zoom rooms as availability allows. Email email@example.com.
Have questions or need extra help during this time of crisis? We are offering complimentary access to our professional services and senior staff, from our CEO onward (including HR, Fiscal, Technology, Strategy, Vendor Negotiations, etc) with no limits for the duration of this crisis. Our leadership team and outward facing staff are available for 1:1 discussions as needed. Email Jocelyn Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to schedule a meeting. Our team is your team.
We now can convene, support, and leverage 10 Community Supported Programs, supported by 1,733 fiscal partners with over 5,000 users worldwide.
LYRASIS creates and sustains technologies, services and programs that are uniquely designed to help libraries, archives, museums and research organizations access and share their vital collections, data and knowledge. We help you be more efficient, effective and impactful to the communities you serve.
LYRASIS was created by its members to help them tackle wide-reaching challenges with a collective strength, including: the development and selection of new technology solutions; fostering community-wide projects that helpdeliver better outcomes and services; content creation,acquisition and management; support for new content models and strategies; and large-scale knowledge management programs unique to collections-holding institutions.