[Web4lib] Document Management Systems?

Shawn E. Romine seromine at co.douglas.or.us
Tue Sep 30 17:20:06 EDT 2008

We have used TikiWiki Content Management System to create our own
internal staff intranet to accomplish the things you list.  This would
be similar to Joomla.

TikiWiki 2.0 was just recently released, which cleared up a lot of small
issues we were having with previous versions.  TikiWiki is extremely
feature rich, which is both a plus and a minus.

A good manual for TikiWiki

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We are currently reviewing how we create, store, search, deliver,
update, and retire or archive our internal documentation such as
policies, procedures, memoranda. It would most likely grow to also be
used for other docs such as meeting minutes and departmental manuals for
our Intranet.

Has anyone implemented a web-based Document Management System (DMS) in
your library that you like or would recommend?

Here is our list to explore so far. I'm wondering if anyone has
implemented any of these or another system in your library to manage
your internal documents?


Thank you.

Doug Goans
Web Development Librarian
Georgia State University Library
100 Decatur St.
Atlanta. GA 30303
Tel: (404) 413 2772 
Fax: (404) 651-4315

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