Join Our Listserv
Are you new to using Koha? Are you looking for a community of Koha enthusiasts? Join the koha-US listserv!
With members throughout the United States, you will be able to connect with a wellspring of collective Koha wisdom. Get updates on, discuss new features, and learn about the innovative ways other libraries are using Koha. Join us!
Members of koha-US join a group of active, knowledgeable Koha users.
Through collaboration, koha-US members develop new skills, make new friends, and contribute to Koha’s future..
Meeting with other Koha users on a monthly basis stimulates community, collaboration, and growth.
Whether you’re a member or not, you are always welcome to join us in our monthly meetings to discuss issues, ideas, and ask questions.
- Board Meeting – Meets the first Wednesday of each month.
- General Meeting – Meets the second Wednesday of each month.
Join our listserv above to get announcements, agendas, and links to our meetings.
Find a Koha Mentor
A Koha mentor is a member of koha-US who can be a point of contact as you setup Koha for your library.
A benefit of being a dues-paying member of koha-US is the koha-US Koha mentorship program. All koha-US mentors are working librarians, working in a variety of library settings (from academic, to special, to public).
If you are a current member and would like to participate in the mentorship program, let us know at email@example.com.
With development collaboration, we are able to pool our knowledge and resources to help make Koha even better for everyone!
koha-US is dedicated to the future of Koha. Development collaboration gives members the power to choose which developments koha-US helps fund. Members also help champion developments through the community development workflow so they are properly integrated into Koha. Check out our collaboration process and view what’s in the works.
Share your experience with other Open Source resources here!
koha-US is also a strong advocate for other Open Source resources. If you know of a great resource that you would like to share with the community, and are willing to be a go-to mentor in its use, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll add it (and you) to this list!