21. Juli 2024
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In der Ausgabe 4/2024 (Juni-Juli 2024) lesen Sie u.a.:

  • Forensische Szien­to­metrik (FoSci) – Wäch­ter der wissen­schaftlichen Integrität
  • NIST Research Data Framework 2.0: Zukunftsweisendes Werkzeug für das Forschungsdatenmanagement
  • Artificial Intelligence in the News: How AI Retools, Rationalizes, and Reshapes Journalism and the Public Arena
  • Large Language Models und ihre Potenziale im Bildungssystem
  • The Use Case Observatory:
    Dreijährige Analyse der wirtschaftlichen, staatlichen, sozialen und ökologischen Auswirkungen von Open Data
  • Die Aufteilung der Kosten einer Volltextdatenbank auf die enthaltenen Zeitschriften: Sechs Methoden
  • Flexibles Arbeiten im Bibliotheksbereich: in die Zukunft und darüber hinaus
  • Die Zukunft der Wissenschaftlichen Monografien: Neue Geschäftsmodelle und der Einfluss der Politik
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„In Lothars Bücherwelt walten magische Kräfte.“
Glamour Collection, Lothar Schirmer, Katalog einer Sammlung

Hingabe an die Sache des Wissens

Klaus Pringsheim aus Tokyo
Ein Wanderer zwischen den Welten

20 Jahre Malmzeit

Sonne, Mond, Sterne

Vietnam – der aufsteigende Drache

„Und ja, mein einziger Bezugspunkt
bin ich jetzt selbst“

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Ex Libris Announces the Release of Primo Version 2.1

New functionalities further enhance Primo flexibility, enabling libraries to tailor the application to meet institutional and user discovery and delivery needs

Jerusalem, Israel – Ex Libris™ Group is pleased to announce the general release of version 2.1 of the Primo® discovery and delivery solution. New functionality contained in version 2.1 is a result of continued collaboration with the international Primo user community, currently over 100 strong, spanning 15 countries and four continents, and growing rapidly. Some highlights of this version include:

Enhanced user interface customization options: New functionalities allow libraries to configure the user interfaces of their home page and display pages through the use of CSS and the Primo back office layout editor. The layout editor enables customers to “drag and drop” tiles to the location they want on the page or to create customized tiles. Primo DeskBar and Search Box enable users to search library material from their desktops while working on other applications without opening Primo or even a full internet browser. Institutional customization is automatically retained as the library upgrades to new versions of the Primo application.

Increased front end functionality: New features include ranked result sets, blended from multiple deep-search nodes, the local index, and remote search; and push to EndNote Web, which enables users to save records from Primo to their EndNote Web account.

Enhanced availability information: Primo now enables users to see the availability status of items that they are searching for in a specific library rather than the status of the item in the entire institution. All of the optional locations can be displayed in a bubble or in an expand/collapse user interface component in the brief display screen.

Extended enrichment features: Institutions can configure Primo to present book covers from multiple sources (e.g., Amazon, Google Book Search, Syndetics Solutions, and other sources). If one of these sources has a book cover for the specific result, Primo will present the book cover from the appropriate source. Institutions may also choose to import Indexed Content Enrichment (such as tables of contents or abstracts) from external sources using plug-in architecture. Libraries also have the freedom to develop their own plug-in components for adding other enrichment sources.

Ex Libris open platform: Primo customers will be offered with even more APIs for the development of unique code for extending the institution’s Primo application. Developed code can be shared across the Primo community via the EL Commons Web site.

“We are very excited about the enhancements which will be available in version 2.1 of Primo,” Pascal V. Calarco, head of library systems at the University of Notre Dame commented. “The ability to configure the tiles’ location in Primo’s user interface as well as the ability to add customer defined tiles will be a particularly valuable enhancement for our users.”

“Primo version 2.1, featuring a huge range of enhancements, is an important milestone for the company and our customers.” Gilad Gal, Primo product manager at Ex Libris, commented. “We are privileged to have such a strong and collaborative international customer base to help us identify the new features included in this version, which is focused on further enhancing the flexibility of the product.”