Scott Schuetze, Ex Libris One longstanding topic of great interest to librarians was explored in great detail across several sessions during the recent Electronic Resources and Libraries (ER&L) 2017 Conference in Austin, Texas. Several speakers focused their presentations on how analytics are being used to improve acquisitions workflows, serve researchers better, and measure the impact
Miri Botzer, Product Manager of Discovery and Delivery, Ex Libris Since rolling out the new Primo user interface a few months ago, we have seen nearly one hundred customers adopting it. Customers are increasingly switchingto the new UI to benefit from the fresh and intuitive design, one experience across all devices, and seamlessly embedded patron services.
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 always proud of our community, and never prouder than when we can share the results of a community initiative where Primo users help each other. Last week was the Primo Hackathon, sponsored by ELUNA and IGeLU, where over 300 Primo users learned how best to customize the new Primo UI with the Primo
In a recent Inside Higher Ed article focusing on the latest “Greta Van Susteren vs. library” controversy, we are reminded by Edward Van Gemert, university librarian at the University of Wisconsin, that “the library facilitates access to content, both online and through in-person visits” to support “research, teaching and learning.” As pointed out throughout this article, the