Community

IGeLU officers at ELUNA 2016

August 15, 2016
By

Quite a delegation! This year IGeLU was represented by five people at the ELUNA 2016 conference, May 3-6 in Oklahoma City. Theo Engelman (Chair), Mark Dehmlow (SC) Christian Hänger (Primo), John Krug (Analytics), Betsy Friesen (Alma), Rich Wenger (SFX) ,Cindy Greenspun (Voyager), Corey Harper (Linked Open Data)  and Mehmet Celik (Interoperability) attended to the...
Read more »

Posted in Community, Conferences | Comments Off on IGeLU officers at ELUNA 2016

NERS and Ideas Exchange (IE)

August 15, 2016
By

WHAT NERS DOES FOR YOU IGeLU, ELUNA and Ex Libris have a Product Development Collaboration Agreement, where Ex Libris has a commitment to develop the top voted enhancement requests from customers. The NERS system and underlying Product Development Collaboration Agreement give ELUNA and IGeLU members the benefit to prioritize customer enhancement requests using the...
Read more »

Posted in Community, Enhancements, NERS | Comments Off on NERS and Ideas Exchange (IE)

A Walk down Memory lane

August 15, 2016
By

IGeLU 2015 at Budapest marked the last year of Jirka Kende’s term as IGeLU Chair. In appreciation of all his various efforts in building a strong user community, the following song was played during the farewell , beautifully organized by the various members of the IGeLU community. Below is a reproduction of that song...
Read more »

Posted in Community | Comments Off on A Walk down Memory lane

New Kids on the IGeLU Block

August 15, 2016
By

The new business unit – ExLibris, A ProQuest Company, formed due to the acquisition of ExLibris by ProQuest, resulted in an expanded portfolio of library solutions that now includes Intota, the Summon service, 360 Link® and SIPX®, in addition to Alma, Aleph®, the bX™ recommender, Primo®, Rosetta, SFX®, Voyager®, and the newly launched Leganto...
Read more »

Posted in Analytics, Community, Summon | Comments Off on New Kids on the IGeLU Block

Interoperability SIWG Revised Key Goals

April 15, 2016
By

When the Interoperability SIWG started their work in 2013, a number of key goals and focus issues were formulated. Since then a number of these goals have been reached or have become obsolete. The time was right for a revision of the initial list. The result is a new consolidated list of five comprehensive...
Read more »

Posted in Community, Cross-Product | Comments Off on Interoperability SIWG Revised Key Goals

Notes from the IGELU SC Meetings in Trondheim

April 13, 2016
By

Every year, prior to the conference, the IGELU Steering Committee, makes a visit to the upcoming conference host city & venue to meet with the local conference organizing committee. The Steering Committee also uses this opportunity to meet up with senior executives from ExLibris to discuss important issues related to the user community, as...
Read more »

Posted in Community | Comments Off on Notes from the IGELU SC Meetings in Trondheim

Notes from the BIBSYS Conference

April 4, 2016
By

The BIBSYS Conference was held in Trondheim, Norway, on the 15th and 16th of March. 393 participants from the BIBSYS Consortia participated at the Conference, which is hosted by BIBSYS each year. This year the program was colored by the implementation of Alma for the libraries in the BIBSYS Consortium. Matti Shem-Tov, CEO Ex...
Read more »

Posted in Community | Comments Off on Notes from the BIBSYS Conference

News In Brief – Mar 2016

March 4, 2016
By

Dear Reader, Welcome to the first News-in-Brief of 2016, and it has been quite an exciting start to the year. This edition is packed with information about the various happenings, which we believe will be useful to the IGeLU user community. IGeLU 2015 @ Budapest saw the election of a new IGeLU Chair and...
Read more »

Posted in Alma, Analytics, Community, Conferences, KBAB, LOD, Primo, SFX, Voyager | Comments Off on News In Brief – Mar 2016

New IGeLU Chair elected in Budapest

March 4, 2016
By

After 9 years, IGeLU elected a new Chair, during its last conference in Budapest – Theo Engelman from Utrecht university, Netherlands. Theo has been on the Steering Committee of IGeLU for 3 years and was mainly responsible for the technological infrastructure of IGeLU – administrating the website, the WebEx meetings and the archives on...
Read more »

Posted in Community | Comments Off on New IGeLU Chair elected in Budapest

Become a member

Interested in becoming a member? Here is what IGeLU does for you


Download the registration form today

Follow us

Follow IGeLU on Twitter
and keep up to date with our latest news