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-===== Specification/​requirements for a library services platform (LSP) ===== 
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-[[:​unified_library_resource_management_specification|Go to the specification]] to view/edit the specification online or download the specification as as WORD document 
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-===== Alternative specification/​requirements ===== 
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-An **{{:​university_of_edinburgh_lmp_detailed_requirements.xlsx|Alternative specification**}} ​ ** (in Excel format) from Edinburgh University 
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-From the README section of the document\\ 
-**"​[[:​unified_library_resource_management_specification|Library Management Platform Requirements Specification]]** \\ 
-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 (stuart.lewis@ed.ac.uk) or Laura Shanahan"​ 
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 ===== What is a LSP? ===== ===== What is a LSP? =====
  
-**Library Services Platform** (LSP) is the accepted term for what were known as 'next generation'​ of library systems They provide capabilities to manage print and electronic resources in a single (unified) system and consequently replace conventional Library Management Systems (LMS/ILS) and Electronic Resource Management (ERM) systems.For more information systems see the **[[https://​www.helibtech.com/​next_generation|Library Services Platform]]**entry on Higher Education Library Technology (HELibTech) wiki+**Library Services Platform** (LSP) is the accepted term for what were known as 'next generation'​ of library systems They provide capabilities to manage print and electronic resources in a single (unified) system and consequently replace conventional Library Management Systems (LMS/ILS) and Electronic Resource Management (ERM) systems.For more information systems see the **[[https://​www.helibtech.com/​next_generation|Library Services Platform]]** entry on Higher Education Library Technology (HELibTech) wiki
  
 The HELibTech **[[https://​www.helibtech.com/​briefing_papers|briefing papers]]**also include useful perspectives about library systems and related technologies and issues. They include The HELibTech **[[https://​www.helibtech.com/​briefing_papers|briefing papers]]**also include useful perspectives about library systems and related technologies and issues. They include
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