Archive of presentations

The archive of presentations at the 9th IGeLU conference hosted by the The Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford, United Kingdom 15 – 17 September 2014.

All user presentations of the Oxford conference will be available at the end of each conference day

Ex Libris presentations will be made available for customers in the Ex Libris Documentation Center.

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

IGeLU

Programme

Oxford Programme 2014

Keynotes

2 How subversive! And how long it takes to subvert … – Dr Alma Swan, consultant working in the field of scholarly communication: director of Key Perspectives Ltd, Director of Advocacy for SPARC Europe, Director of the Directory for Open Access Journals and Convenor for Enabling Open Scholarship
15 The social machines of scholarly collaboration – Dr. David De Roure, Professor of e-Research at University of Oxford, Director of the e-Research Centre, Digital Humanities lead in The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities, and Strategic Advisor to the UK Economic and Social Research Council in Social Media

General & cross-product

4.5 Closing the circle: using linked data to enrich authority records and make them linkable on the web – Roxana Popistasu, IT Consultant, National Library of Luxembourg and Stefanie Zutter, National Library of Luxembourg
4.6 Ex Libris Support Services – a Customer / Ex Libris collaborative review – Panel discussion with:

  • Martin Büscher, Head of European Support, Ex Libris
  • Adi Fubini, Director of Support, Ex Libris
  • Pascal V. Calarco, Associate University Librarian, Research & Digital Discovery Services, University of Waterloo
  • Theo Engelman, Senior ICT consultant, Utrecht University Library; IGeLU SC
  • Habib Tabatabai, Interim Executive Director, Chambers Library, University of Central Oklahoma

9.5 Managing a three-ring circus: upgrading Aleph, implementing Primo, and maintaining support for a quarter million users – Kevin J. Collins, Aleph Systems Librarian, City University of New York & Alevtina Verbovetskaya, Web & Mobile Systems Librarian, City University of New York
9.6 Feeding your Linked Data: The role of computational linguistics in metadata management

  • Corey Harper, Metadata Services Librarian, New York University; Linked Open Data SIWG Coordinator
  • Shlomo Sanders, Chief Technology Officer, Ex Libris (Ex Libris presentations will be made available for customers in the Ex Libris Documentation Center)

11.51 The Best of both worlds or the end of the world as we know It? – A usability approach to the cross-product cross-ideology discovery interface Finna – Anna Pienimäki, IT Systems Specialist, The National Library of Finland and Aleksi Turpeinen, Usability Designer
11.6 Alma, the Cloud and the evolution of the Library Systems Department – Kevin Kidd, Head of Library Systems and Applications, Boston College University Libraries
13 Ex Libris General Q&A Peter Klien, Press Officer, The Austrian Library Network (OBVSG); Coordinator IGeLU SIWG on Consortia; IGeLU Steering Committee
14.61 Discovery, services and integrations with Alma and Primo APIs – Jenny Quilliam, Manager, Information Resources & Technology, University of South Australia Library
14.62 Using your library software – what third parties will know about our library customers – Andreas Sabisch, IT Manager, Univerity Library, FU Berlin

Azriel Morag Award winner presentation

14.72 Presentation by Curtis Thacker, Brigham Young University, USA, winner of the 1st Azriel Morag Award for Innovation

Aleph

4.1 Managing and keeping track of Aleph changes – Jakob Venning, IT employee, Statsbiblioteket – State And University Library Denmark
9.11 Scriptorium, a retro-cataloguing tool to easily and quickly encode older book items – François Renaville, Systems Librarian, University of Liège Library
9.12 Aleph at the crossroads – Dalia Mendelsson, Chief Information Systems Librarian, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
9.41 Good fences make good neighbors – Rich Wenger, E-Resouce Systems Manager, MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
9.42 Make Big Brother work for you: mining patron data for enhanced library services – Yosef Branse, Database and Programming Coordinator, University of Haifa Library
11.11 Text me, maybe: Implementing texting functionality in the Aleph OPAC – Alevtina Verbovetskaya, Web & Mobile Systems Librarian, City University of New York
11.12 Implementation of online payment in Aleph at King’s College London – Matt Couzens, Service Improvement Co-ordinator, King’s College London and Joao Neves, Senior Application Analyst – Library Systems, King’s College London
14.1 Automatic for the personnel – Meirav Livne, Head of acquisition department, National Library of Israel & Dror Berger, Head of Library Information Sys. Dept., National Library of Israel

Alma

4.21 Two years with Alma – Stephen Gillespie, Associate Director Library Resources, RMIT University
4.22 Challenges and opportunities of Alma for the Alexandria Library Network and the Library Am Guisanplatz – Rachel Birri Blezon, Systems librarian, Deputy Chief of the Alexandria Library Network Coordination, Library Am Guisanplatz
9.21 Alma and interoperability: maximising Alma’s role in the institutional landscape – Sue Harmer, Manager, Application Support, University of New South Wales
9.22 Online fines payment with Alma and Primo – Chris Jones, Systems Manager, University of Sheffield
10 Alma panel:, view from the early adopters – Adopter Updates:

11.21 Alma Analytics at Sheffield – Andy Bussey, Head of Digital Services and Systems, University of Sheffield
11.22 Building on Alma Analytics – John Krug, Systems & Analytics Manager, Lancaster University
11.6 Alma, the Cloud and the evolution of the Library Systems Department – Kevin Kidd, Head of Library Systems and Applications, Boston College University Libraries
14.2 In it together: selection and implementation of Alma/Primo as a consortial system – Ann Miller, Head of Collection Services, University of Oregon
14.3 Alma Analytics : a whole new world of data extraction – Janet Lute, ILS Coordinator, Princeton University

Digitool

9.71 Simpler, faster and more transparent: improving repository submission with PubSub – Richard Cross, Resource Discovery and Innovation Team Manager, Nottingham Trent University

Metalib

9.72 Does MetaLib have a future? One Consortium’s experience with MetaLib post-Primo implementation – Maureen Olle-LaJoie, Head of Library Technology, University of Wisconsin-River Falls

Primo

4.3 Next Step : Digital collections into Primo – Michael North, Sr. SysAnalyst/Programmer, Northwestern University
4.41 Normalization with XSL and a file splitter for greater control – Curtis Thacker, Discovery Systems Manager, Brigham Young University & Charles Draper, Brigham Young University
4.42 Enhancing Chinese word normalization in Primo with the HKIUG TSVCC mapping table – Alan Ng, Systems Librarian, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
9.31 Meeting the discovery challenge: user expectations, usability and Primo – Andy Land, Digital Systems Manager, The University of Manchester
9.32 The Primo graphical user interface (GUI) – critique and improvement suggestions – Matthias Einbrodt, System Librarian, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano (download and extract the zip-file, then open it in your browser to see the real presentation)
11.3 Expanding Primo beyond your ILS data source including EAD and graphic sources – Janet Lute, ILS Coordinator, Princeton University
14.41 Relevance redefined – Lukas Koster, Library Systems Coordinator, Library of the University of Amsterdam
14.42 Analysing Primo journal coverage as a tool for optimising our information resources collection – G.H. Meerburg, Information Specialist, Library of the University of Amsterdam
14.5 Deep search or harvest? How we decided – Simon Moffatt, Search Development Manager, The British Library & Dr. Ilaria Corda, The British Library

Rosetta

14.71 Digital preservation of architectural 3D data – Rosetta in the context of the DURAARK project – Michael Panitz, Project Assistant, TIB – German National Library of Science and Technology

SFX

11.41 SFX Knowledge Base Advisory Board (KBAB): goals and achievements after one year – François Renaville, Systems Librarian, University of Liège Library
11.42 Adding institution support in SFX for Shibboleth SSO – Michael Zach, System Engineer, Charles University Prague

IGeLU and conference business

1. Opening Session Welcome from:

6. IGeLU General Assembly

Ex Libris presentations and product updates

Ex Libris presentations will be made available for customers in the Ex Libris Documentation Center.
1 Ex Libris Corporate Update – Matti Shem Tov, President and CEO, Ex Libris
3 Ex Libris Strategy and Roadmap; Global Operations Update:

  • Oren Beit-Arie, Chief Strategy Officer, Ex Libris
  • Yair Amsterdam, Chief Operations Officer, Ex Libris
  • Bar Veinstein, VP Resource Management Solutions, Ex Libris
  • Shlomi Kringel (Tamar Sadeh), VP Discovery and Delivery Solutions, Ex Libris

4.7 Resource sharing models in Alma – Moshe Shechter, Alma Product Manager, Ex Libris
5.61 What’s new in Primo Central – Rachel Kessler, Product Manager, Ex Libris
5.62 Users on the move: Trends in a mobile world – Rikki Trachtenberg, Product Manager, Ex Libris
7 Alma Product Update, Roadmap and Q&A:

  • Bar Veinstein, VP Resource Management Solutions, Ex Libris
  • Dvir Hoffman, VP Product Management and Marketing, Ex Libris

8.6 Alma Analytics – Yoel Kortick, Senior Librarian, Ex Libris
9.6 Linked Open Data Update – Shlomo Sanders, Chief Technology Officer, Ex Libris
9.8 Acquisitions models in Alma – Asaf Kline, Director, Alma Product Manager, Ex Libris
11.7 Optimizing the discovery experience: searching and relevance – Christine Stohn, Product Manager, Ex Libris
12 Primo and Primo Central Product Update, Roadmap and Q&A

  • Shlomi Kringel, VP Discovery and Delivery Solutions, Ex Libris
  • Tamar Sadeh, Director of Discovery and Delivery Strategy, Ex Libris
  • Yuval Kiselstein, Director of Product Management, Discovery and Delivery Solutions, Ex Libris

14.8 Ex Libris Developer Network – Josh Weisman, Development Director, Resource Management, Ex Libris

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