More About Plinkit
Plinkit is the web authoring environment that our public library partners in Oregon use to create smart, new web sites for their patrons. Plinkit stands for "Public Library Interface Kit." It's also a fun word to say. Plinkit is built using, an open-source content management system.
Public library web sites are created and edited right through the web, using built-in text editors and other powerful features that make a tough job simple and give patrons a clean, usable, web site where the information delivery is the true and proper focus. Feel free to check out the.
Plinkit is currently hosted and managed by the. Library directors that are interested in using Plinkit as their public library website should review the Memorandum of Understanding and contact us when ready to sign up.
If you're not an Oregon library or just have questions about Plinkit in general, please us this contact form.
InformACTion was the two year project that created Plinkit by providing content management tools, great web site subject collections, and ways to deliver vital community information. InformACTion was supported in whole or part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the Oregon State Library and sponsored by the.