News from the SFX PWG

2014 Software enhancement voting results The 2014 SFX software enhancement cycle was completed early December and the results of the voting have been sent to Ex Libris for evaluation. According SFX Product Manager, Ex Libris is currently planning to do the first five enhancements: KB Manager: Ability to add author information to e-books records in […]

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News from the Alma PWG

Our Alma community continues to grow and the Alma Product Working Group (PWG) continues to work on your behalf. The PWG has been very busy since our last report in December. Licensing You may recall that recommendations from the Licensing Task Force were forwarded to Ex Libris last fall. Some of those recommendations have already […]

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News from the Voyager PWG

IGeLU and ELUNA The Voyager PWG’s of both ELUNA and IGeLU have been merged, since the customers of Voyager are almost totally US based and the few remaining Australian and European customers are implementing new products like Alma or considering to leave Voyager for other products. The Finish National Library Network Services is still offering […]

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News from NERS

NERS Updates Currently work is under way to integrate NERS with the IGeLU ldap system to simplify logging into NERS.  Once completed, this will allow IGeLU users to log in to NERS using the same set of credentials they use for the website and administrative system. We were recently notified of a bug in the […]

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Primo Central Index (PCI) Content Voting

Not finding the collection you want in the Primo Central Index (PCI)? The IGeLU and ELUNA Primo/Metalib PWGs have worked with Ex Libris to create a voting cycle for PCI content! Add important missing resources to NERS and vote for the resources you need by the end of February 2015. Please identify your request as request […]

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News in Brief December 2014

What a remarkable year Dear reader, We have breaking news on the completely renewed Product Development Collaboration Agreement which is a perfect end of year event. The end of 2014 is near and what a year it was. This issue looks back on the 2014 Oxford Conference and looks forward to the 2015 Budapest Conference. […]

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Product Development Collaboration Agreement renewed!

It’s fresh and it’s better! We are very proud and happy to announce the new Product Development Collaboration Agreement to better align with institutional priorities and Ex Libris product offerings. The IGeLU and ELUNA Steering Committees and Ex Libris have collaborated in reviewing and updating both prior agreements on Product Development Collaboration and Central Knowledge […]

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Development agreement with Ex Libris

The agreement An important basis for our cooperation with Ex Libris is the “Product Development Collaboration Agreement Between Ex Libris, IGeLU and ELUNA” from 2008. You can find more information on the agreement on our website (members only!) Times are changing and so should the agreement Since then, the product suite of Ex Libris undertook […]

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IGeLU Working Groups news

News from all IGeLU working groups IGeLU would not be able to be a viable organisation without the Working Groups. They form the core of IGeLU! Your are kindly invited to read all about their important activities in the news of Product Working Groups and Special Interest Working Groups: Primo / Metalib Product Working Group news SFX Product […]

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Primo/MetaLib PWG News

Great results The Primo/MetaLib Product Working Group is happy to announce that Ex Libris accepted 15 enhancements out of the 2013 general and Opac via Primo (OvP) voting cycle. A list of the accepted enhancements can be found in the ElCommons Wiki (ElCommons Wiki/Primo/enhancement ideas) and will be developed in the relevant Primo versions are 4.8. […]

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