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February 19, 2015
Ex Libris announced that the Leipzig University of Applied Sciences is the first institution in Germany to go live with Alma. A fully cloud-based library management solution, Alma enables all collections and resource types—whether electronic, print or digital—to be managed within a single system. Five additional German-speaking institutions are due to go live with Alma in the coming months.
February 18, 2015
Ex Libris announced that the University of Connecticut Libraries have selected the Alma library management solution and the Primo discovery and delivery solution. The UConn Libraries were looking for an advanced technology solution to achieve seamless integration of all the libraries across their diverse system that includes four libraries on the main campus, five regional libraries, the UConn School of Law, and UConn Health.
February 1, 2015
Ex Libris announced that Oklahoma State University, together with the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College System of 11 universities and colleges, has selected Ex Libris Alma for next-generation resource management services and Ex Libris Primo for unified resource discovery. Members of the consortium are replacing numerous systems, including the Voyager integrated library system.
January 29, 2015
Ex Libris announced that the University of Iowa has selected Ex Libris Alma for next-generation resource management services. Alma will replace a number of systems, including the Aleph integrated library system.
Ex Libris se complace en anunciar que la Universidad de Iowa ha seleccionado Alma de Ex Libris para los servicios de gestión de recursos de siguiente generación. Alma reemplazará una serie de sistemas, incluido el sistema integrado para bibliotecas Aleph.
January 28, 2015
Ex Libris announced that Memorial University in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada has adopted a suite of Ex Libris solutions comprised of the Alma library management solution, the Primo discovery and delivery solution, and the Rosetta digital asset management and preservation system. These solutions replace multiple disparate legacy systems used by the Library.
Ex Libris announced a development partnership with the libraries of the University of Oklahoma in the US, Imperial College and Kingston University in the UK, KU Leuven in Belgium, and UNSW Australia. The partners will participate in the development of a new reading-list solution that is now in the works at Ex Libris.
January 27, 2015
Ex Libris has entered into a collaborative partnership with HARRASSOWITZ, a leading provider of book and subscription services for academic libraries specializing in the distribution of scholarly books, periodicals, e-resources, and music scores. The collaboration will provide library staff with a new, streamlined acquisition process compatible with both Ex Libris Alma and the HARRASSOWITZ acquisitions systems. In addition, the collaboration will enable libraries to reduce costs associated with acquisitions and to avoid unnecessary spending.
Ex Libris announced that the University of Arizona has adopted the Rosetta digital management and preservation solution as a key component of its repository services. Designed to expose the University’s rich digital collections for the benefit of diverse audiences, the project will better enable the University of Arizona to provide sustained access to scholarly digital content and research to both university members and the broader academic community.
January 26, 2015
Ex Libris announced Loyola University Chicago has selected Ex Libris Alma for resource management and Ex Libris Primo for resource discovery and delivery. Loyola University is migrating from a number of legacy systems including the Ex Libris Voyager integrated library system.
January 25, 2015
Ex Libris announced that Creighton University has selected the Ex Libris Alma library management service and the Primo discovery and delivery solution to provide unified resource management and discovery. This integrated cloud-based platform will replace several systems, including SirsiDynix Symphony and ProQuest Summon.
January 22, 2015
The Orbis Cascade Alliance, a consortium of 37 North American academic institutions known for innovative collaboration, and Ex Libris announce completion of a two-year effort to migrate Alliance members to a shared, next-generation library management and discovery solution. Alliance member libraries have migrated from 37 locally hosted systems comprised of four discovery and three ILS platforms to shared use of the cloud-based Alma unified resource management solution and Primo discovery solution. Working in partnership, the Alliance and Ex Libris each played critical roles in managing the complex migration of four cohorts comprised of 6-11 libraries, each cohort migrating over a six-month period. Beyond migration, the Alliance and Ex Libris worked in partnership to create a new resource sharing solution and to develop consortial functionality that will allow Alliance member libraries to build on their 20-year history of shared work.
January 20, 2015
University of Haifa selects Ex Libris Alma. Ex Libris
Ex Libris announced that the University of Haifa’s Younes and Soraya Nazarian Library is the first early adopter in Israel of the Alma library management solution. Haifa University will be replacing the Aleph integrated library system. Alma will be integrated with the University Library’s Primo discovery and delivery solution—for which the library developed a Hebrew interface in cooperation with Ex Libris.
January 8, 2015
Ex Libris è lieto di annunciare che il WHELF - consorzio che comprende tutte le Biblioteche Universitarie gallesi, oltre alla Biblioteca Nazionale del Galles e alle Biblioteche dell’SSN Gallese - ha selezionato il servizio di gestione unificata delle risorse Alma e la soluzione di discovery e delivery Primo® per fornire un nuovo sistema bibliotecario bilingue condiviso in Galles.
January 6, 2015
Die Ex Libris, der weltweit führende Anbieter von Softwarelösungen für Bibliotheken, freut sich, bekanntzugeben, dass sich WHELF – ein Verbund aller walisischen Universitätsbibliotheken sowie der Nationalbibliothek Wales und der walisischen NHS-Bibliotheken – für den Unified Resource Management-Service Ex Libris Alma und die Discovery- und Delivery-Lösung Ex Libris Primo® entschieden hat, um ein neues, bilinguales und gemeinsam genutztes Bibliothekssystem für Wales umzusetzen.
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