Open Specification for Library Systems (LibTechRFP) is hosted by Ken Chad Consulting.
This is an open community resource to help make a better and more effective library system change process. Please feel free to add resources or amend existing ones. Open specification/requirements documents are made available as follows
The content has been adapted from a specification kindly made available by a UK university library in 2012. You are free to use and adapt the specification. This is a ‘free cultural work’ and is licensed as follows: Creative Commons CC-0
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Specification used by Edinburgh University
NOTE on use: From the README section of the document: “This document lists a set of detailed requirements that a library may wish to consider when procuring a new Library Management System / Library Management Platform. This document is licenced with a Creative Commons By-Attribution (CC-BY) licence. You are free to use this document for your own purposes, however the University of Edinburgh cannot be held responsible for use of the document, or for any errors contained. Edinburgh University Library, 2014; System related questions may be addressed to Stuart Lewis (email@example.com) or Laura Shanahan”