Archive of presentations

The archive of presentations at the 7th IGeLU conference in Zurich, Switzerland, 11 – 13 September 2012.

Some of the PWG and SIWG Business meeting reports are available in the members-only section.

 

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Programme

Zurich 2012 programme

Keynotes

Knowledge and wisdom: the role of research libraries in supporting the European research agenda – Dr Paul Ayris, University College London, President of LIBER

Bibliographic Framework Initiative Approach for MARC Data as Linked Data – Sally H. McCallum, Library of Congress

General & cross-product

Forging links while breaking shackles: Open & Linked Data and the British Library – Brenda Young, British Library

From search to discovery – Tamar Sadeh, Ex Libris

Integration of Aleph/Primo with PDS into larger Shibboleth/SSO environments – Wolfgang Lierz, ETH Zurich

Investigating the transfer from DigiTool Resource Discovery to Primo: lessons learned – Karin Smith, Charles Sturt Library; Bronwyn King, UNILINC Limited

Putting it all together for Digital Assets: Aleph, Primo, Rosetta, EAD – Jon Morley, LDS Church History Library

Wayfinding in a cloud: location service for libraries – Petteri Kivimaki, National Library of Finland

Aleph

Aleph reports – from request to response – Roxana Popistasu, Bibliotheque Nationale de Luxembourg

Autofill remote storage form on the OPAC holdings page – Francois Renaville, Sylvain Danhieux, University of Liege

Reports in a complex environment – Zeno Tajoli, CILEA

Where is your Aleph data? – Billy Rawles, LDS Church History Library

Alma

Alma and the 2CUL Partnership – Jim LeBlanc, Cornell Universaity Library

bX

Implementation and usage of bX at the University of Minnesota – Sunshine Carter, University of Minnesota

Primo

Archives and special collections – Angela Walker, University of Salford

Bodleian Libraries authentication system: dual sign-on from Primo – Masud Khokhar, Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford

Enhancing Primo Back Office – Uwe Dierolf, KIT Library

Make the most of Primo with EL Commons – Ido Peled, Ex Libris

Primo and Primo Central: context, content, and services – Mark Dehmlow, University of Notre Dame

Primo and the Semantic Web – Dominique Ritze, Mannheim University Library

Primo polish: customizing the Primo interface – Colt Pini, LDS Church History Library

Primom: a mobile interface for Primo – Masud Khokhar, Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford; Andrew Isherwood, Aberystwyth University

Simplifying the search experience: resisting the lure of shiny, new technology – Ronan Kennedy & Monica Crump, National University of Ireland, Galway

Using the Primo webservice in a mobile app – Susan Lafferty & Tom Ruthven, University of New South Wales

Wizards and Tables, or how the Primo back office could work better – Lukas Koster, University of Amsterdam

Rosetta

Rosetta at ETH Zurich: routes into the digital archive – Matthias Towe, ETH Zurich

Voyager

Cloud 9 or cloud over? A balanced view of our move to hosted services – Elena Menendez-Alonso, Plymouth University

What we did with Voyager last summer: (r)evolutionary changes at University of the Arts London – Ray Delahunty, University of the Arts London

IGeLU and conference business

Zurich welcome – Jirka Kende, IGeLU Chair

Ex Libris presentations and product updates

For all Ex Libris updates and presentations from IGeLU 2012 please go to the Ex Libris Documentation Center.

 

 

 

 

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