Primo Working Group Update:

The last six months have been busy for the IGeLU Primo/Metalib Working Group. We are very happy to have had the NERS enhancement process concluded in an orderly and timely manner this year, with a total of five top-winners accepted for development by ExLibris. (See https://igelu.org/archives/11848 for details.) Enhancement lead Bettina Kaldenberg and the...
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Rosetta Working Group Update:

Rosetta version 6.1 was released in July and 6.2 is expected in December.  An updated version of the Format Library (6.0095 ) was in September, this corrected an earlier release so customers are advised to install the updated version. Enhancement ideas for 6.3 are being worked on at present, they are due for submission...
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IGeLU Chair Update by Dave Allen

IGeLU Chair Update by Dave Allen

IGeLU 2019 Conference: I would like to thank everyone for making the IGeLU 2019 Conference a success. This was the first conference that we have held outside of Europe and Israel. Based on this success we plan on holding another IGeLU conference in Asia soon. IGeLU 2019 Conference Feedback: We are currently reviewing the...
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IGeLU Member(s) Spotlight: Laura Morse and Betsy Friesen

IGeLU Member(s) Spotlight: Laura Morse and Betsy Friesen

Tell us your names, titles, and more about your history with Ex Libris Products. My name is Betsy Friesen, Director of Data Management & Access (read metadata and systems) at the University of Minnesota. We climbed aboard the Aleph train, going live in July 2002, a week sooner than Harvard. We were development partners...
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News in Brief – October 2019

Dear Reader, Welcome to the October edition of our News-in-Brief newsletter. The 14th IGeLU Conference was held in Singapore and hosted by Singapore Management University (SMU) and National Library Board of Singapore (NLB) ended on a successful note. The conference, held from August 27th to 29th, 2019 was full of informative and helpful presentations...
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Primo Working Group elections

The IGeLU Primo Working Group has three open positions, and our call for volunteers has resulted in five highly qualified candidates willing to run in a public election. Paul Harding, University of York, UK Gaith Bader, Unversity of Sydney, Australia Indira Bermudez Aguilar, International Labour Organization, Switzerland Noémie Ammann, ETH Library, Zürich, Switzerland Ryan...
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