Ideal Label Printing for Libraries

LIBstick is a label printing service, created by a library for libraries.
As a library, we understand the need, and so we created LIBstick as an ideal printing solution. 

FEATURES

DESIGN

Many design options are available to create spine, pocket, address, barcode or any other template that you need.
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SUPPORT

The Technion’s library Information system team provide quick and processional support for any problem.

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ANY PRINTER

Zebra, DYMO,  brother and actually all  printers are supported by LIBstick.
LIBstick is printing directly from your browser, so no need for driver installation.

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CLOUD

LIBstick is a cloud service. Simply connect to your online account and print.
No need for any additional software nor hardware.

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ALMA INTEGRATION​

Ex Libris Alma is fully integrated with LIBstick and vice versa.
LIBstick buttons are displayed in Alma screens so you can click and print.

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LIBRARY STANDARDS​

LIBstick tools are adjusted to librarie’s standards, including call number formts, display and generation of barcodes and much more.

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News

LIBstick News Bulletin

New Ex Libris Cloud Apps

26-Aug-20

“Print in LIBstick” cloud app is available for installation for all Alma users.
Once installed and configured one can send items to print in LIBstick directly from Alma screens.
In LIBstick the institution can create and customize multiple templates

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Simple use of call number formats

26-Aug-20

Choose from a variety of common call number formats and get an instance preview of the label More information in LIBstick documentation (chapter 4.1)

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See it in action

Our creative team

at the Technion library information systems

Guy Shahaf
Lead Developer
Efrat Teharlev
Developer
Yakir Siegelman
Developer
Sigal Leibovitz
Developer

Our Library

Elyachar Central Library

Our Institute

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

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