News in Brief May 2015

We invite you Dear reader, This first News in Brief in 2015 is again loaded with information we believe to be important for you. Of course we have updates on the upcoming 10th IGeLU Conference in Budapest. But there is more… All IGeLU officers work hard on a voluntary base to serve the interest of our community. […]

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News from the Digitool Product Working Group

Moving to Alma-D According to Ex Libris products roadmap, Digital resource management functionalities are being implemented in Alma. The DigiTool PWG follows with Ex Libris Product Managers the developments and tries to assure the existence of core functionalities. DigiTool continues to be supported by ExLibris and service packs are used to correct bugs. Alma-D Alma’s […]

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DigiTool and the path to Alma Digital

Last year’s Digitool enhancement request process has been concluded and formal feedback from Ex Libris has been sent to the user community. These enhancements are expected to be distributed as part of the quarterly service packs (along with those remaining from the previous enhancements list). At the last IGeLU Conference in Haifa, Ex Libris confirmed […]

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Enhancement planning: Primo and Digitool on the horizon

Planning for an enhancement cycle for both Primo and Digitool are now in progress: Primo The Primo PWG Enhancement group (Naomi Greidinger, Christian Haenger and Ole Holm) have been working on the de-duping and clarification of a long list of enhancements for Primo which have been extracted from the Pivotal system by Jorgen Madsen, Primo […]

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Product Upgrade sessions

After questions were raised, during the Ghent conference, about the availability of some Learning Center sessions, Ex Libris have announced that all product upgrade sessions will now be available to all customers to view without a license. For more information go to the Ex Libris Learning Center. Ex Libris also agreed in Ghent that new […]

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Developer meets developer

In November 2010 Ex Libris will host the fifth gathering of the developers’ forum in Jerusalem. There will be 15 participants from eight countries: Austria, Australia, Belgium, Czech Republic, Finland, Israel, Switzerland, and the USA. Every participant will present a project that was carried out at his or her institution with a wide range of […]

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