Web accessibility is a key component to equitable innovation - making sure everyone can use, perceive and navigate the technologies we create. Learn about the national and international standards that govern what it means to make accessible technologies. Walk away with some practical tips that you can implement immediately in what you create to make it more accessible to all.
Congratulations to Catalyst’s Andrew Bartlett, who was recently on the 2021 Q4 Security Reseacher Leader-board at Microsoft, for his work with Samba and Microsoft’s Active Directory.
Since 2016 Catalyst has supported computer science students with Open Source Scholarships, awarding two scholarships each year.
by Chloe Gunn
A reflection on my time at Catalyst.
by Alex Buckley
Keeping your Koha catalogue up to date with what’s actually on the shelves is easy using the dedicated Inventory tool. There are several different ways of using the inventory tool.
NZ Open Source Awards organisers at Catalyst IT are pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 New Zealand Open Source Awards.
by Alex Buckley and Aleisha Amohia
You can access all types of resources through the library – books, magazines, journals, as well as electronic files. Koha provides a useful tool that allows libraries to upload their own electronic files. This tutorial aims to make the process more straightforward so your library can link PDFs and articles easily to its catalogue.
by Aleisha Amohia
Koha librarians have the power to completely customise their public catalogue (OPAC). Koha provides a range of functionality to style the OPAC’s theme so it will align with the library’s organisational branding. Here are some ways you can customise your Koha catalogue.
The Catalyst Koha team is excited to announce that Auckland University of Technology (AUT) has officially gone live with the Koha Library Management System!