EBSCO Supports Customers through Partnership with Ex Libris

Post by Tamir Borensztajn  in  Interoperability

EBSCO and Ex Libris announced a new partnership that will enable more streamlined Journal and eBook acquisition workflows and greater user experiences for mutual customers through enhanced linking. We are excited about the possibilities of additional collaboration that will provide libraries with more flexibility and choice in developing their systems and services.

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Learn More about Rethinking the ILS in Europe, and Putting Your Users First in this Video Replay

Post by Tamir Borensztajn  in  EBSCO Discovery Service, Interoperability, Partnerships

In his webinar from Tuesday, March 24, Clive Wright, Vice President of Discovery Innovation for Europe & Latin America at EBSCO, continues the discussion surrounding the integrated library system and reshaping the library environment to ensure users sit in the center of the decision-making process.

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Re-re-thinking the Integrated Library System

Post by Neil Block  in  EBSCO Discovery Service, Interoperability

Neil Block, EBSCO VP for Discovery Innovation and former president of Innovative Interfaces, looks at the Integrated Library System and what it means to be truly “next-generation.” Often coined a "library services platform," the re-imagined ILS promises to be “open," moving libraries away from a print-centric approach towards one that better accommodates digital content. But what does this mean for the patron experience? Neil explores.

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SEALS Consortium in South Africa Selects EBSCO Discovery Service™ via Innovative’s Encore Duet

Post by Tamir Borensztajn  in  EBSCO Discovery Service, Interoperability

Member Libraries in the SEALS Consortium, located in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, have selected EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS) via Innovative’s Encore Duet. The SEALS Consortium includes Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, University of Fort Hare, Walter Sisulu University and Rhodes University.

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