More Content? Better Content?

Ex Libris Content team is continuously working on improving the quality of their KnowledgeBases (SFX KB, 360 KB, Alma CZ) and indexes (Primo Central, Summon). And the customers’ feedback matters to Ex Libris! So, don’t hesitate to use the different existing channels to improve KBs and indexes. Idea Exchange Content forum http://ideas.exlibrisgroup.com/forums/574345-content Use Idea...
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Primo/Metalib Updates

New coordinator & personnel changes Andy MacKinnon (Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford) has recently taken on the role of Co-ordinator of the Primo/Metalib PWG, succeeding Dr Christian Haenger (Mannheim University) who was elected to the IGeLU Steering Committee at the St Petersburg conference. Knut Bøckman (Royal Library, Denmark) has stepped up to take on...
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Voyager PWG Updates

Introducing New Members: This was a year of almost all new members for the Voyager Working Group.  New members of the Voyager Work Group are: Steve Pellow, Falmouth University, Suzanne Picken, Washington Research Library Consortium, Suzanne Sprague, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Antonella Ward, Angelo State University.  Special thank you to last year’s members who...
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Leganto at Curtin University

Leganto at Curtin University

  Curtin University’s Reading Lists implementation team was nominated for the 2017 Vice-Chancellor’s Excellence Awards for Professional Staff in the Excellence in Innovation category. L – R: Stella Kenworthy, David Wells, Linda Sheedy (team leader), Gordon Cunningham, Heather McLenaghan, Daniel Piczak, Amanda Bellenger, Gail Valencia, Sarah Casewell. Absent: David Lewis, Aron Nooteboom. Curtin’s Leganto...
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Future locations for Annual IGELU Conference – We need your inputs

Dear Readers, We would like to seek your feedback on possible future locations for hosting IGeLU conferences. Please provide your feedback in the google form below. This will help us with our planning activities. Loading…
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In Memoriam Christine Moulen

In Memoriam Christine Moulen

Today we received the tragic news about Christine Moulen who passed away on Saturday November 11. Christine was one of our most renowned colleagues because of her skills and knowledge on Aleph worldwide. Many colleagues know her name only by reading all the valuable and thorough contributions to the Ex Libris community. She was...
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