An IGeLU Retrospective from the Chair

After our recent Developers Day “retrospective,” many of you were wondering what we had to say about IGeLU itself. So without further ado, here is a look back from Theo Engelman, the Chair of IGeLU. And don’t miss the many blogs from attendees listed in the sidebar! A Look Back at IGeLU Theo Engelman, Chair

Learning from our Customers: Lessons from the Library

Tweet  Here at Ex Libris we’re particularly proud of our customer community, and it’s our good fortune to always have something to learn from our customers. Here is some food for thought from recent testimonials. Consortia and Collaboration Anya Arnold of Orbis Cascade Alliance notes that for a consortium “it’s not about the system – it’s

Authority Matters

Tweet By Marliese Thomas, Solutions Architect, Ex Libris How do you know that searching for a name will give you results about the one you intended? For instance, searching for “John Green” on Wikipedia directs you to a “disambiguation” page listing seven men in the arts, five in the military, seven in public service, six

The first Azriel Morag Award for Innovation

Nominations now open As a memorial to Azriel Morag, founder of Ex Libris who sadly passed away in October last year, we have established an award in his name. The annual award of $3,000 will be presented to a librarian who is working for an institution which uses at least one Ex Libris solution and

URM first partner release; first seeds planted

The last few weeks have been very exciting for Ex Libris and the URM team. In mid-June the first partner release of the URM system was successfully deployed, on schedule, at our development partner sites. We’re calling it a partner release as it’s only available to our partner sites. Since then we have carried out