The objective of the Primo Working Group (WG) is to collaborate with Ex Libris in developing new services and functions for Primo. A core activity is conducting the annual enhancement voting process. Other activities include planning for the annual IGeLU Conference and regular meetings with product management staff to discuss future directions and current issues relating to Primo.


WG Members

WG membership rules

Starting in 2020, the IGeLU working groups will follow the guidelines for the ELUNA/IGeLU joint working groups (JWG). These include the following prescription for memberships: “… members are elected for a term of two years with a limit of three terms in a row. In some cases where there is difficulty in finding members to serve on the group, or to retain members for extra terms (for example past chairs), exceptions can be made. An effort should be made to ensure that there is some continuity with membership such that not all experienced members rotate off at once.”

The guidelines are implemented with an exception for those who were members before 2019, when the first WG membership was conducted (as there were more candidates than open positions). Those members will be counted as starting their first term in 2020 and may take two re-elections, which gives us this tabular view:

NameStart datere-election# of 2yr terms
Stacey2020 20221 of 3
Boaz202020221 of 3
Gaith201920211 of 3
Noémie201920211 of 3
Ulrich202020221 of 3
Lee202020221 of 3
Paul201920211 of 3
Bettina202020221 of 3

Past members

Amin Hussain, University of Manchester, UK – (left 2020)

Knut Anton Bøckman, Royal Danish Library, DK – Coordinator (left 2020)

Wei Xuan, University of Manitoba, Canada – (left 2019)

Annette Schryver, Macquarie University – (left 2019)

Lauren Ajamie, Hesburgh Libraries, U. of Notre Dame – (left 2019)

Andy MacKinnon, Bodleian Library, Oxford, UK – Coordinator (left 2018)

Rachel Collier-Wilson, University of Sheffield, UK – (left 2018)

Bronwyn King, UNILINC, Australia –(left 2015)

Lauren Shipley, Southampton Solent University, UK – (left 2014)

Andrew Brown, Swansea University, Wales, UK – (left 2014)

Masud Khokhar, University of Lancaster, UK – Coordinator (left 2013)

Peter V. Christensen, MiniBib – The Administrative Library, Denmark – (left 2013)

Naomi Greidinger, University of Haifa, Israel  – (left 2012)

Ole Holm, Royal Library of Denmark  – (left 2012)

Gary Johnson, College Center for Library Automation Florida, USA – (left 2012)

Mandy Stewart, British Library, UK – Coordinator  (left 2012)

Jeremy Acland, Queen Mary University of London, UK – Coordinator Metalib (left 2012)

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