Koha allows you to pull in content from outside sources to enhance your bib records. All of this content can be toggled on and off using the enhanced content system preferences.
If you would like to have your OPAC and/or staff client show an 'Editions' tab on the bib record, you want to enable one or the other FRBR preferences and then either one or both of the ISBN services (XISBN and ThingISBN).
Using the Amazon preferences you can choose to show cover images from Amazon.
This is a pay service. Contact Babelthèque to learn how to enable this content in the OPAC.
This is a pay service from Baker & Taylor. Contact Baker & Taylor for the information to enter into these preferences.
This allows libraries to embed streaming media in their catalog
This service is free and does not require registration, simply enable GoogleJackets and you're set to go.
This is a free service that compiles reviews for popular titles from many different sources.
With the exception of ThingISBN, you will need to contact LibraryThing for the information to enter into these preferences
Enabling ThingISBN will help to populate the editions tab on the bib record display if you have enabled FRBR.
This is a pay service from Ebsco. Contact Ebsco for the information to enter into these preferences
XISBN is used to populate the editions tab on the bib record display if you have enabled FRBR. This service is free for up to 999 queries a day.
Open Library project is an open system that you can pull cover images (and in the future additional content) from
This is a pay service that libraries can subscribe to for ebook content. If the library subscribes to Overdrive they can integrate that content in to Koha for free.
This is a pay service from Syndetics to add content for your bib records. Contact Syndetics for the information to enter into these preferences.
Choose whether or not you want to allow patrons to add tags to records in Koha.