Yotam Kramer, Ex Libris Hi there Ex Libris Community! In the last few months you have sent us some excellent photos of yourselves using Alma Mobile. We thought you might enjoy this short clip which shows a few of the great photos we received: These photos have all been shortlisted as possible winners of the Alma Mobile
Dana Sharvit, Product Manager, Ex Libris Working with the Ex Libris community has always been an integral part of the Ex Libris philosophy. This week we were excited to be able to host a great team from our Alma community for a hands-on Alma New User Interface workshop. The team has been working hard all
Christine Stohn, Senior Product Manager Discovery & Delivery, Ex Libris NISO KBART (Knowledge Base and Related Tools) was originally initiated in 2008, and grew to become something much greater than what it was initially intended for. Today KBART is not only a format that is widely used in the industry, but also a baseline for
As we turn the page to 2017, here’s a look back at the blog posts that generated the most interest during the past year. Thanks for following us! UX in Action: Ex Libris Primo New User Interface In a series of posts early in 2016, we discussed the fundamental principles of UX design and how
We are excited to announce our December release with some great new enhancements in Alma. One of the major outcomes of the new release is the birth of Alma Mobile. Now Alma can be by your side while you roam the floor of the library, and you can access and work with Alma from anywhere!
We have all seen how changing technologies can lead – unintentionally and over time – to compounded inefficiencies in managing digital and electronic resources. That is what happened at Boston University, with its 15 schools and nearly two million electronic resources, just a few years ago. The library staff was working with a homegrown system