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University of Oklahoma Libraries Select Ex Libris Primo

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Primo @ Oklahoma University Libraries
ARL member and three affiliated institutions are replacing their previous systems with Ex Libris solutions

The University of Oklahoma Libraries—including libraries at the Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, University of Oklahoma-Tulsa, and University of Oklahoma College of Law—have selected the Ex Libris Primo® discovery and delivery solution, the bX article recommender, and the SFX® OpenURL link resolver. These Ex Libris solutions will replace EBSCO EDS and LinkSource systems.

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Ex Libris Signs New Agreements with Publishers and Aggregators to Add Their Content to the Primo Central Index

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Engineering, sciences, psychology, and health care are among the disciplines covered by new content in the Primo Central Index

Jerusalem, Israel—June 26, 2013.  Ex Libris® Group a world leader in the provision of library technology solutions, is pleased to announce that it has recently signed agreements with numerous content providers to include new collections in the Primo Central Index. Offered as a cloud-based service to institutions around the globe, the Primo Central Index gives users access to hundreds of millions of scholarly e-resources of global and regional importance.

Meet The British Library

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The British Library houses well over 150 million items in over 400 languages, with another three million items added each year. A repository for books, journals, and newspapers, the library is also home to maps, music scores, patents, sound recordings, and stamps. With approximately 400,000 people visiting the library each year and six million searches carried out annually in the online catalogue, discovery and delivery are vitally important to the British Library.

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Institutions in Australia and New Zealand Migrate to Ex Libris Primo

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University of Western Sydney
The University of South Australia, University of Western Sydney, and University of Otago join other sites in the region in selecting Primo

Adelaide, Australia—June 19, 2013. Ex Libris® Group, a world leader in the provision of library automation solutions, is pleased to announce that the University of South Australia (UniSA), the University of Western Sydney (UWS), and New Zealand’s Otago University have chosen the Ex Libris Primo® discovery and delivery solution to complement their Ex Libris Alma library management service. As a result, these institutions will offer users a unified discovery experience that is seamlessly integrated with library services and operations. At UWS and UniSA, Primo will be replacing Serials Solutions Summon systems. Read More

Washington University in St. Louis Selects Ex Libris Primo

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Primo @ Washington University at St. Louis Libraries

Rich functionality, personalized relevance ranking, and article recommendations drew this ARL member to the Primo discovery solution

Ex Libris® Group, a world leader in the provision of library automation solutions, is pleased to announce that the University Libraries of Washington University in St. Louis have selected a cloud-based installation of the Primo® discovery and delivery solution. Washington University, a member of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), has also subscribed to the bX Recommender, one of the bX suite of usage-based services.

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