Last week at the IGeLU conference, which took place in beautiful Saint Petersburg, we announced the winners of the Primo Open Discovery Challenge. Thank you again to all the Primo customers who shared their Primo customization projects with the entire Primo community!
Without further ado… here are the Winners!
First prize: Lewis & Clark College
Project lead: Nick Budak
GitHub link: https://github.com/Alliance-PCJWG/primo-explore-custom-actions
Library discovery interface: https://primo.lclark.edu/primo-explore/search?vid=LCC&lang=en_US&sortby=rank
Custom links can be added to the Actions menu visible in Primo brief results and full display. Links can be dynamically formed using template variables, and can extract properties of the item’s PNX record and apply them to the link URL.
Second prize: St. Olaf College
Project lead: Sarah Johnston
GitHub link: https://github.com/SarahZum/primo-browzine
Library discovery interface: https://stolaf-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/primo-explore/search?vid=01BRC_SOC&sortby=rank
Use the BrowZine API to generate links to journal issue contents, for both journal and article records.
Third prize: OBVSG consortia
Project lead: Ulrich Leodolter
GitHub link: https://github.com/uleodolter/primo-explore-obv
Demo interface: http://prm40-test-fe.obvsg.at/primo-explore/search?vid=ACC
Use Primo consortia capabilities to manage the look & feel of the new UI based on consortial guidelines.
To learn more about the Open Discovery Framework, take a look at these resources:
- Discussion paper: Understanding the Primo Open Discovery Framework
- Show & Tell: Primo new UI Q&A session
- Primo Hackathon: Summary and links to sessions
- #Primodev channel on Slack
We would like to thank the Primo Working Group once again for its ongoing partnership and contribution to the creation of this new approach and for their help in extending this approach to the entire Primo community.