Tony Wai, Discovery Services & Systems Librarian at Macquarie University has been kind enough to allow us to publish his very creative submission for the Alma mobile competition. (Winners were announced last week.) For his submission, Tony wrote a personal letter to Alma Mobile: Dear Alma Mobile App, Welcome to the world! Uncle Macquarie has
Thanks again to our amazing Ex Libris community for sending us your photos using Alma Mobile on the go! Due to the amazing quality of the submissions it was a very hard decision to make, but eventually, the team of referees made up their minds. Here it is! First Prize Rachelle Anne Orodio Application Administrator, Information Systems
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
Bob Banerjee – Solutions Architect, campusM Mobile Solutions, Ex Libris First generation campus mobile apps typically had two origins: An expansion on a student record system app A mobile version of the existing university website Expanding a student record system app is largely a one-size-fits-all solution, throwing all the functionality at everyone even if it’s
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!
Jackie Sherlock, campusM Mobile technology has come a long way in a relatively short space of time. In the the early days, mobile telephones came with batteries as big as suitcases and the only thing that you could do with them was make a phone call. Compare that with the smartphones of today. These