News from the Primo / Metalib PWG

Primo Central Index Central Knowledge Base (PCI CKB) voting The IGeLU Primo PWG conducted – in collaboration with ELUNA – a Primo Central Index Central Knowledge Base (PCI CKB) ballot which was the first PCI voting at all. The ballot was a great success and 138 resources were added to NERS and sent to Ex Libris. […]

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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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News from the Primo/Metalib Product Working Group

OVP ballot The Primo/MetaLib PWG is happy to announce the OPAC via Primo (OvP) NERS enhancement cycle for Primo and MetaLib+ has been successfully completed. This ballot has been conducted in addition to the ‘normal’ voting and had the goal to list the missing features in OvP. In summary, we had a total number of […]

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News from the Primo/Metalib Product Working Group

The Primo/MetaLib PWG is happy to announce that this year’s annual NERS enhancement cycle for Primo and MetaLib+ has been successfully completed. In summary, we had a total number of 154 enhancements for which 8719 votes were cast. We are now compiling the final list and will be sending this shortly to Ex Libris for […]

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News from the Primo/Metalib Product Working Group

OvP Additional Functionality Ballot In response to inquiries from both the IGeLU Primo/Metalib Product Work Group and the ELUNA Primo Product Working Group (PWG) concerning necessary improvements to the OPAC via Primo (OvP) functionality in Primo, Ex Libris management recognized the need for a one-time special enhancements voting process to identify the areas of concern […]

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Report from the Steering Committee Meeting in Berlin, March 2013

System Seminar 2014 After discussions about the pros and cons the Steering Committee accepted the suggestion of Ex Libris to hold the next system seminar in 2014 in conjunction with the IGeLU meeting. As in Haifa, the two events will start with the 3 days IGeLU meeting followed by a two days system seminar. The […]

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News From The Primo/Metalib Product Working Group

OvP functionality In the Zurich conference the National User Groups complained about the lack of functionality in the Opac via Primo (OvP) setup. Because of this, libraries have to maintain their Opac or develop the needed functionality themselves. That does not comply with the claim from Ex Libris that Primo would lower the Total Cost […]

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Primo & MetaLib PWG Update

Primo enhancements Two rounds of voting on the Primo enhancements were held in April and May, and were managed jointly by the IGeLU and ELUNA PWGs. Members of both groups again put in a lot of work to clarify and de-dup the list of enhancements before the voting began. Following the first round of voting […]

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Primo/MetaLib PWG update

Both Primo and MetaLib Product Working Groups have an annual tradition of meeting face to face once every year between conferences, often at the conference venue and usually during February or March. This gives an opportunity for far-flung PWG members to get to know each other and to make quality time for dealing with Group […]

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