30. Mai 2023
Aktuelles aus

In der Ausgabe 3/2023 (Mai 2023) lesen Sie u.a.:

  • Den Herausforde­rungen von morgen mittels Szenario-Planung begegnen
  • Zur Zukunft der Monografie in den Kunst-, Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften
  • Umfrage unter Bibliotheksführungskräften: Zurück in die neue Normalität
  • Die Nutzung von KI im Hochschulbereich aus Sicht wissenschaftlicher Bibliotheken
  • KI zwischen Risiken und Vorteilen
  • Studie zum Umgang von Wissens­arbeiterinnen und -arbeitern mit urheberrechtlich geschützten Inhalten
  • Vielen Open-Access-Zeitschriften wird Impact-Faktor gestrichen
  • Deutsche Zeitungsbranche: Print-Geschäft verliert weiter an Bedeutung, mehr Investitionen in Digitalisierung
  • Bibliotheken unter verstärktem Zensur-Druck
  • BiblioCon 2023
Ausgabe 2 / 2023

Frauen, Leben, Freiheit! Das kurze, mutige Leben von Reyhaneh Jabbari

Insolvenzrecht | Bank- und Kapitalmarktrecht | Wasserrecht | Umweltrecht | Verbraucherrecht

Zum Gedenken an Fritz Bauer

Vergessene Poetinnen

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The London Library to Provide Discovery and Delivery Services
through Ex Libris Primo and SFX

The Ex Libris solutions will facilitate access to the Library’s rich collections
and will integrate seamlessly with the Library’s Aleph library system

Ex Libris® Group is pleased to announce that The London Library—a literary library active for over 170 years—has selected the Ex Libris Primo® discovery and delivery solution and SFX® OpenURL link resolver. These solutions will play a central role in enabling the Library to meet its strategic aims of improving support for research and making its collections more visible to members and prospective members.

With the adoption of Primo and SFX, The London Library will be able to provide a user-facing catalog of books from its extensive collections, as well as content from diverse online databases and e-journals. Users will enjoy easy access to library services, such as requests and loans, directly from the search interface. The Library has been running the Aleph integrated library system (ILS) for over 10 years and is keen to continue collaborating with Ex Libris.

Inez Lynn, Librarian and Chief Executive of The London Library, commented: “The Library aims to make its collections, services, and facilities available to meet the needs of a broad spectrum of readers, many of whom have no other access to collections with the depth and reach of those found in universities or specialist institutes. Primo and SFX will open up a whole new world of discovery for readers in search of knowledge or inspiration, contributing not only to enhanced research, whether professional or amateur, but also to the creativity of the many writers and artists among our membership. We are grateful for the generous donation that has enabled us to take this step, and we look forward to working with Ex Libris on this exciting project.”

Ex Libris Regional Sales Director Christoph Frech remarked: “We are delighted that such a historic library will soon be offering its users a cutting-edge discovery interface. The London Library’s choice of Primo and SFX clearly demonstrates how crucial a user-friendly discovery solution is to the success of all research libraries, as well as to academic libraries.”