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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Registration and Information Desk Open

Tuesday 5/8/2012  |  1:00-6:00pm  |  Hilton – 2nd Floor Registration Desk

Opening Reception

Tuesday 5/8/2012  |  6:00-10:00pm  |  Gateway Center – Grand Hall, Union Pacific Depot

Please join us for the opening reception, generously sponsored by Ex Libris. This great event includes good food, beverages, and local music.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Registration and Information Desk Open

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  7:30am-5:00pm  |  Hilton – 2nd Floor Registration Desk

Breakfast Buffet

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  7:15-8:45am  |  Hilton – Grand Ballroom

Moderator/Speaker Orientation

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  8:00-8:30am  |  Hilton – Topaz

Convened by: Debbie Clark (University of Southern Indiana); Rose Scruggs (University of Southern Indiana)

ELUNA 2012 Welcome

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  9:00-11:45am  |  SPCC – Ballroom G & I  |  P.1

Laura Morse, ELUNA Steering Committee Chair, 2011 – 2013, Harvard University.
Kenning Arlitsch, Associate Dean for IT Services, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah.
Randy Olsen, Director of Libraries, Church History Library, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Ex Libris Updates:

Global Company Update: Matti Shem Tov, President and Global CEO.
North American Company Update: Mark Triest, President, North America.
Strategy Update: Oren Beit-Arie, Chief Strategy Officer.
Discovery and Delivery Update: David Beychok, VP Discovery and Delivery.
Resource Management Update: Bar Veinstein, VP Resource Management.


Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  10:15-10:35am  |  SPCC – Ballroom Corridor


Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  11:45am-1:15pm  |  Hilton – Grand Ballroom

ELUNA Steering Committee & Ex Libris Management Lunch

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  11:45am-1:15pm  |  Hilton – Granite Boardroom

Aleph EDI Special Interest Group (SIG)

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  1:15-2:15pm  |  Hilton – Salon III  |  SIGs  |  B.1.02

Convened by: Steven Bischof (Five Colleges Inc.); Kevin Collins (CUNY)

Aleph X-Server Special Interest Group (SIG)

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  1:15-2:15pm  |  Hilton – Salon II  |  SIGs  |  B.1.03

Convened by: Laura Morse (Harvard University)

Challenges and Issues When Implementing an Open Source ERM System

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  1:15-2:15pm  |  Hilton – Canyon A  |  General Track  |  B.1.04

Presented by: Jia Mi (The College of New Jersey Library); Yongming Wang (The College of New Jersey Library)

Abstract: The growing need to efficiently and effectively manage the vast and complex electronic resources has posed many challenges to the library. A flexible, powerful, and also affordable ERM system is much needed. This presentation will talk about our implementation of an open source ERM system (CORAL) and the applications of its different modules, focusing on the decision-making process, as well as its impact upon the local library workflow customization and staffing issues, consistent information of our individual as well as multi-level consortium purchase, and interoperability issues.

Fun with SFX and stat_object_offline

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  1:15-2:15pm  |  Hilton – Canyon C  |  SFX/bX Track  |  B.1.05

Presented by: Carol Ou (Sandia National Laboratories Technical Library)

Abstract: SFX’s built-in statistical reports can be handy, but sometimes you might want to slice and dice SFX statistics a little more closely than those reports allow.  This session will discuss some preliminary efforts to use the data in SFX’s stat_object_offline table to learn more about our users and how they use SFX.

Large Research Libraries Special Interest Group (SIG)

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  1:15-2:15pm  |  Hilton – Canyon B  |  SIGs  |  B.1.06

Convened by: Tracey Robinson (Harvard University)

Libraries on Demand: Building a User-Driven Collection with Ex Libris Alma

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  1:15-2:15pm  |  Hilton – Granite Conference Center  |  Ex Libris  |  B.1.07

Presented by: Dana Sharvit (Ex Libris Alma Product Manager)

Abstract: As budgets tighten, ensuring maximum usage of the collection is more important now than ever. Libraries are increasingly supplementing their collection development policies with “just-in-time” models of collection development—purchasing and delivering resources at the point of need. Ex Libris’ next-generation library management service, Alma, is designed to allow libraries to shift toward user-driven models of purchasing for both print and electronic resources, in order to increase usage and decrease the overall cost of their collections. Come see how Alma will help libraries build out their collections just in time, rather than just in case.

Primo Product Update

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  1:15-2:15pm  |  Hilton – Alpine West  |  Ex Libris  |  B.1.08

Presented by: Ido Peled (Ex Libris Product Manager)

Reporting your Aleph Data

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  1:15-2:15pm  |  Hilton – Salon I  |  Aleph Track  |  B.1.09

Presented by: Billy Rawles (LDS Church History Library); Jeff Baird (LDS Church History Library)

Abstract: We will do a side by side comparison of the data in Aleph with the structure of the data in the reporting tool. We will discuss how data is extracted from Aleph to be input into the reporting tool. We will discuss the structure of the data in the reporting tool and demonstrate how reports can be created.

Show Time: An easy way to publish your library hours and events

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  1:15-2:15pm  |  Hilton – Seminar Theater  |  Voyager Track  |  B.1.10

Presented by: Jingshan Xiao (University of Texas at San Antonio)

Abstract: Spending much time to update your library day-by-day library hours web page? The presentation will show you how to do it in seconds. The presentation will discuss how to leverage data from voyager oracle database to generate a descriptive iCalendar date file, then publish to most popular web-based, desktop, and mobile calendar applications using different programming languages . In addition, the presentation will talk about how to integrate library event information, such as for html-based library event and instruction course schedule, to your library day-by-day calendar.

Text messaging: a new way to enhance your library services

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  1:15-2:15pm  |  Hilton – Alpine East  |  Voyager Track  |  B.1.11

Presented by: Stella Richardson (Georgia Tech Library); Larry Hansard (Georgia Tech Library); Denita Hampton (Georgia State University Libraries)

Abstract: Text messaging is a way to communicate instantly with your users. Georgia Tech Library is in the process of creating a texting system that will allow staff to send quick message alerts to patrons regarding availability and status of short loan items, such as Reserves. In our talk we’ll discuss how we’ve modified VuFind code to set up a texting service.

Alma Product Update

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  2:30-3:30pm  |  SPCC – Ballroom G & I  |  Ex Libris  |  B.2.01

Presented by: Bar Veinstein (Ex Libris VP, Resource Management)

Auto-loading book vendor’s MARC records to Voyager database

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  2:30-3:30pm  |  Hilton – Canyon C  |  Voyager Track  |  B.2.02

Presented by: Yongming Wang (The College of New Jersey Library)

Abstract: The GOBI book ordering system of Yankee will have MARC records ready for library-ordered items. This Perl program will login to the vendor server, ftp the newly available MARC records to the local Voyager server, and bulk-import the records, and inform the librarians of the result by email. By setting up a cron job, all these tedious jobs are done automatically.

Enhance Your Request – Tips for better enhancement requests

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  2:30-3:30pm  |  Hilton – Salon I  |  Voyager Track  |  B.2.03

Presented by: Lesli Moore (Texas Health Science Libraries Consortium); Sherrie Kristin (Purdue University Calumet)

Abstract: When Voyager (or any Ex Libris product) does not have a desired feature, you need to request an enhancement. Where do you start? What should you write? How much detail is too much or not enough? This session is designed to answer those questions. Learn what makes an enhancement request well-written and the difference between an enhancement and bug.

eJournal Navigator – Extensive Customization of SFX Search Interface at Georgia Health

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  2:30-3:30pm  |  Hilton – Canyon B  |  SFX/bX Track  |  B.2.04

Presented by: Hiu-Shan “Christina” Yau (Georgia Health Sciences University)

Abstract: The Georgia Health Sciences University (GHSU) library’s eJournal Navigator is the SFX interface which has been customized and enhanced extensively to provide better access. All the SFX pages including: the A-Z list, search page, search results, and the SFX Menu, get different styles and look. Many vendor-provided features were enabled and customized, including: direct linking, enhanced left mixed menu, feedback, and bX. Useful links to Impact Factor from Journal Citation Reports are also included. The presentation will share the work and experience gained during the customization work. The audience will have a better idea of how to localize and customize their own SFX instances.

It’s a Global Lifestyle : Embrace the Change

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  2:30-3:30pm  |  Hilton – Topaz  |  Aleph Track  |  B.2.05

Presented by: Ellen Kotrba (ODIN / Online Dakota Information Network)

Abstract: North Dakota is a consortia of academic, public, school and special libraries who rely on global services to save staff time. Learn how to determine which global services to use, how those services work and alternative SQL options to keep up with librarian decisions. The Excel “concatenate” function (used to create input files) and importing large Aleph reports into Excel enhance the global experience. Live the lifestyle, embrace the change!

Primo Product Working Group (PWG)

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  2:30-3:30pm  |  Hilton – Alpine West  |  PWGs  |  B.2.06

Convened by: Michael North (Northwestern University)

Real-time web-based LSMS (Library Stacks Management System)

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  2:30-3:30pm  |  Hilton – Seminar Theater  |  Voyager Track  |  B.2.07

Presented by: Nackil Sung (University of Hawaii at Manoa)

Abstract: In 2004, Sung and Sung developed Library Stacks Management System (LSMS) while they were in Eastern Illinois University.    The developers, now in University of Hawaii at Manoa, improved the system by rewriting the program under the web environment.  The back-end is based on MySQL-Apache-PHP and the front-end requires only a web-browser.  The web-based inventory system supports real-time access to Voyager and allows multi-user scanning processes.

Standardizing “old” local Aleph records to reflect current practice: or clean up time!

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  2:30-3:30pm  |  Hilton – Salon II  |  Aleph Track  |  B.2.08

Presented by: Naomi Steinberger (Library of The Jewish Theological Seminary)

Abstract: This presentation will focus on a project to convert “old” local Aleph fields, particularly those describing manuscript codices, into MARC21 format. The “clean up” project deals with records that we creating locally in Aleph. They are being upgraded so that they can be contributed to the OCLC database. The records will be used as the metadata for a manuscript digitization project that is being loaded to DigiTool.

Using Rosetta, StorageGRID, and new IBM tape solutions to implement state-of-the-art digital preservation

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  2:30-3:30pm  |  Hilton – Canyon A  |  Rosetta Track  |  B.2.09

Presented by: Gary Wright (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)

Abstract: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is implementing a world-class digital preservation system based on Ex Libris Rosetta, NetApp StorageGRID, and new, advanced IBM tape solutions. The archive may reach 100 petabytes this decade. Sophisticated technologies that continuously ensure integrity of the archive will be presented. A tool to help Rosetta customers extract technical metadata from files within MXF wrappers will be introduced, and plans for state-of-the-art digital preservation facilities will be previewed.

Verde – A Sharing Session

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  2:30-3:30pm  |  Hilton – Salon III  |  Verde Track  |  B.2.10

Presented by: Allison Erhardt (University of Manitoba)

Abstract: Come and join a discussion on all things Verde. Share your secrets for manipulating the General Report of eProducts or for inputting data. Presenter will bring a list of topics to be discussed, but bring your ideas and trade secrets as well!

Voyager Circ/Res Special Interest Group (SIG)

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  2:30-3:30pm  |  Hilton – Alpine East  |  SIGs  |  B.2.11

Convened by: Viki Timian (University of Georgia Libraries)


Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  3:30-4:00pm  |  Hilton – Grand Foyer


Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  3:30-4:00pm  |  SPCC – Ballroom Corridor

Aleph Product Update

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  4:00-5:00pm  |  Hilton – Alpine East  |  Ex Libris  |  B.3.01

Presented by: Carmit Marcus (Ex Libris Aleph Product Manager)

Alma Analytics: Making the Most of Your Library’s Data

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  4:00-5:00pm  |  Hilton – Salon I  |  Ex Libris  |  B.3.02

Presented by: Asaf Kline (Ex Libris Software Architect)

Abstract: Increasingly under pressure to demonstrate their value to the objectives of the institution or consortium, libraries are looking for ever more creative ways to improve efficiency and productivity. Powerful analytic capabilities enable libraries to put numbers on their value and to expose tangible evidence of their leading role in the academic lifecycle. From usage data and onwards, analytics shed light on the inner workings of the entire institution, as well as those of the library. Valuable insight into libraries’ operation can be gained via purchasing trends, comparative analysis, and even predictive analysis—helping managers to better to plan their daily operation. During this session will explore ways in which Alma Analytics can take libraries into the next generation.

Alma Demo

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  4:00-5:00pm  |  Hilton – Granite Conference Center  |  Ex Libris  |  B.3.03

Presented by: Christopher Spalding (Ex Libris Solutions Architect)

bX Usage-Based Services: Hot Articles, Article Recommender and More

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  4:00-5:00pm  |  Hilton – Salon II  |  Ex Libris  |  B.3.04

Presented by: Christine Stohn (Ex Libris bX Product Manager)

Abstract: In an overwhelmingly competitive information landscape, the library is forced to find creative ways to showcase its value and prove its relevancy within its user community. Now, the library can reach users wherever they are on the web. This session will introduce the new suite of services based on bX technology, including Hot Articles for your subject, use analytics and data-mining of raw usage data to enrich and expand the researcher’s discovery experience.

EAD Tool and Rosetta/Primo Integration: What we’ve done and where we’re going

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  4:00-5:00pm  |  Hilton – Canyon B  |  General Track  |  B.3.05

Presented by: Max Evans (LDS Church History Library)

Abstract: Encoded Archival Description (EAD) is an xml standard for archival finding aids. It is used to describe archives and manuscript collections at the collection level and at each of several nested component levels. The Church History Department has developed an EAD tool for the production of EAD finding aids and for the public delivering of each. Our challenge is to integrate EAD with Primo and with Rosetta. We must be able allow the researcher to (1) discover and display the finding aid using Aleph and Primo; (2) discover each EAD component and display it in context; and use collections by (3) initiating paging calls for physical manifestations of their parts, or by requesting digital manifestations by either (4) placing a digitization-on-demand call or (5) viewing any existing digital in Rosetta. We will demonstrate how this will work once we complete the integration.

I used data to prove book theft but . . .

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  4:00-5:00pm  |  Hilton – Seminar Theater  |  General Track  |  B.3.06

Presented by: Jan Sung (University of Hawaii at Manoa)

Abstract: Last summer, 200+ books were stolen from the UH at Manoa Library. The theft was discovered after an antiquarian bookdealer inquired about books offered to him for sale. Circulation records could not be used as evidence because the theft went unwitnessed. However, we believe the theft was the result of a flaw in our service, which led to several questions including whether the service should be kept, knowing that it could lead to more thefts.

Making Primo Normalization rules work for our library

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  4:00-5:00pm  |  Hilton – Salon III  |  Primo Track  |  B.3.07

Presented by: Chris Erickson (BYU)

Abstract: A discussion of the Normalization Rules review process that we have established to help library staff understand Primo displays and the rules behind them and why that may be different from the ILS system. Primo support staff and librarians from several different areas meet regularly to review the normalization rules, mapping tables, and displays in order to understand the design implications and explore possible changes.  This helps staff and patrons locate materials effectively.

Primo Implementation at the University of Kansas

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  4:00-5:00pm  |  Hilton – Canyon C  |  Primo Track  |  B.3.08

Presented by: Scott Hanrath (University of Kansas Libraries)

Abstract: I will share mid-stream lessons learned from our implementation of Primo at the University of Kansas. In particular I will highlight (with moderate technical detail) how we: harvested data from a not-quite compliant OAI-PHM source, automated institutional holdings updates from a non-SFX link resolver, ported UI add-ons from our catalog interface to Primo (e.g., stacks maps and locations, a request link for our Aeon special collections request system), made grateful use of and modified code from EL Commons CodeShare, and reached out to our Libraries Instructional Services staff to help our Libraries staff engage with Primo and provide our implementation team with feedback.

Primo Reporting: using 3rd party software to create Primo reports and analyze Primo statistics

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  4:00-5:00pm  |  Hilton – Canyon A  |  Primo Track  |  B.3.09

Presented by: Alison Hitchens (University of Waterloo Library)

Abstract: Learn how we used Primo’s RPT00 views to create reports with IBM Cognos Impromptu and an OLAP cube (On-line Analytical Processing) with IBM Cognos PowerPlay. See how the data in the cube can be analyzed and examples of the Impromptu reports. We will discuss how we configured the cube and how we worked with Ex Libris Support to determine the meaning of some RPT00 data. This presentation will also cover using Google Analytics to supplement Cognos.

The SFX knowledgebase: techniques, problems, solutions

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  4:00-5:00pm  |  Hilton – Topaz  |  SFX/bX Track  |  B.3.10

Presented by: Kathy Varjabedian (Los Alamos National Laboratory Research Library)

Abstract: Managing the SFX knowledgebase update reports is essential to keep access current for what is published and how it is available online. I will explain techniques and tips we have developed for handling the weekly reports in SFX4, and beyond that, the overall problems and issues in working with the knowledgebase, such as title changes, multiple packages, subscription vs. open access, data quality, and the wider environment of publishers.

Voyager Product Update

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  4:00-5:00pm  |  Hilton – Alpine West  |  Ex Libris  |  B.3.11

Presented by: Mike Dicus (Ex Libris Voyager Product Manager)

Aleph Product Working Group (PWG)

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  5:15-6:15pm  |  Hilton – Alpine East  |  PWGs  |  B.4.01

Convened by: Steve Thomas (University of Tennessee)

Bringing it all together in Primo: Discovery across disparate types of digital content

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  5:15-6:15pm  |  Hilton – Canyon B  |  Primo Track  |  B.4.02

Presented by: Sandra McIntyre (Utah Academic Library Consortium); Tracy Medley (University of Utah); Ian Godfrey (University of Utah)

Abstract: The Primo implementation at the University of Utah has created successful unified discovery for a wide range of digital content types: bibliographic records (Aleph), e-resources (SFX), Primo Central, Course Reserves, and digital collections from consortial partners (CONTENTdm, BEPress, ArchivalWare, and others). Bringing together these disparate content types has required adaptations to vocabulary, normalization rules, display options, and workflows. This process has forged a new understanding of how best to serve today’s university students and faculty with integrated discovery.

E-books in SFX

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  5:15-6:15pm  |  Hilton – Topaz  |  SFX/bX Track  |  B.4.03

Presented by: Grace Liu (University of Windsor)

Abstract: In 2011, the University of Windsor Leddy Library started an e-book project that aimed to address the issues related to bibliographic control and access to this type of resources. In this project, e-books have been activated or created as local records as appropriate in SFX and a link to their associated records in SFX have been established in the library catalogue, the Conifer (the Canadian version of Evergreen ILS) OPAC. This presentation will share our experience and approaches to issues and challenges that we encountered in this project.

Enhancing Primo facets and scopes

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  5:15-6:15pm  |  Hilton – Salon II  |  Primo Track  |  B.4.04

Presented by: Anne L. Highsmith (Texas A&M University)

Abstract: The session will present some tips on how to use Primo normalization rules and mapping tables to enhance Primo facets and scoping. The presentation will include: 1) ways to modify the top-level facet so that the “Available” facet can be re-defined; 2) creating a local scope for life sciences-related material based on LC call number ranges; 3) modifying the SFX normalization rules and dedup matching algorithm to improve deduping between SFX records and ejournals records from the library’s catalog. The audience will learn how to make the normalization rules changes described as well as how to create locally-defined mapping tables to support the custom norm rules.

Rosetta Product Demo

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  5:15-6:15pm  |  Hilton – Granite Conference Center  |  Ex Libris  |  B.4.05

Presented by: Ido Peled (Ex Libris Product Manager)

Verde Product Working Group (PWG)

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  5:15-6:15pm  |  Hilton – Canyon C  |  PWGs  |  B.4.06

Convened by: Betsy Friesen (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)

Voyager Product Working Group (PWG)

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  5:15-6:15pm  |  Hilton – Alpine West  |  PWGs  |  B.4.07

Convened by: Ted Schwitzner (Illinois State University)

Voyager’s Request Promotion: A Paradigm for Consortial Resource Sharing

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  5:15-6:15pm  |  Hilton – Salon I  |  General Track  |  B.4.08

Presented by: Mary Ellen Farrell (CARLI)

Abstract: CARLI’s implementation of Universal Borrowing with Request Promotion will be explored. We’ll go through its original design inception, configuration in the library database, local enhancements, and workflows. We’ll see why it is a good model for providing service to patrons in a resource sharing consortium.

Washington DC Ex Libris Regional User Group (RUG)

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  6:15-7:15pm  |  Hilton – Salon I  |  RUGs  |  B.5.01

Convened by: Suzanne Picken (WRLC)

Eastern Canada Regional User Group (RUG)

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  6:15-7:15pm  |  Hilton – Salon II  |  RUGs  |  B.5.02

Convened by: Pascal Calarco (University of Waterloo Library)

Ex Libris Northeast Regional User Group (ENUG RUG)

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  6:15-7:15pm  |  Hilton – Salon III  |  RUGs  |  B.5.03

Convened by: Kevin Collins (CUNY)

Ex Libris Southwest Regional User Group (eSWUG RUG)

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  6:15-7:15pm  |  Hilton – Canyon A  |  RUGs  |  B.5.04

Convened by: Chris Lincoln (The Aerospace Corporation)

Great Lakes Regional User Group (GLUG RUG)

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  6:15-7:15pm  |  Hilton – Canyon B  |  RUGs  |  B.5.05

Convened by: Sherrie Kristin (Purdue University Calumet)

Upper Midwest Regional User Group (UMWUG RUG)

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  6:15-7:15pm  |  Hilton – Canyon C  |  RUGs  |  B.5.06

Convened by: Ellen Kotrba (ODIN – Online Dakota Information Network)

ELUNA Steering Committee & Ex Libris Dinner

Wednesday 5/9/2012  |  7:30-9:30pm  |  Hilton – Spencer’s

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Registration and Information Desk Open

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  7:30am-5:00pm  |  Hilton – 2nd Floor Registration Desk

Breakfast Buffet

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  7:15-8:45am  |  Hilton – Grand Ballroom

ELUNA 2012-2013 Handoff Meeting

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  8:00-9:00am  |  Hilton – 324

Alma Demo

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  9:00-10:00am  |  Hilton – Granite Conference Center  |  Ex Libris  |  B.6.01

Presented by: Christopher Spalding (Ex Libris Solutions Architect)

Building a Tabbed Search for the Library

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  9:00-10:00am  |  Hilton – Seminar Theater  |  Voyager Track  |  B.6.02

Presented by: Zoe Friedlander (Margaret Herrick Library)

Abstract: Do you have multiple electronic resources but no way to search across them? Are your patrons confused about their search options? One way to give an “at-a-glance” view of your library’s resources is to present patrons with a tabbed search box. Though they may still need to search different resources, you can provide them with a clear view of just what your resources are. Our library uses Voyager from Ex Libris, Inmagic DBTextWorks for SQL, and CONTENTdm; we also want to let users search our Web site. Rather than throw search boxes all around the page, we are building a tabbed search to present all the options together. This presentation shows you how to do the same.

Ebookmobile: Delivering Subject-Specific Ebooks to Your Inbox

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  9:00-10:00am  |  SPCC – 150D  |  Voyager Track  |  B.6.03

Presented by: Kathryn Lybarger (University of Kentucky)

Abstract: Today’s users are overloaded by the massive amount of information available to them, even within their own library’s collection. Ebooks cataloged in batches of hundreds (or thousands) make a generic new ebook shelf prohibitively large and mostly uninteresting to a subject researcher. The Ebookmobile helps researchers become aware of new ebooks in the library collection in their specific area of interest, so they can start using them immediately. Ebookmobile checks the Voyager database daily for newly cataloged ebooks and creates feeds for ranges in a classification scheme. Researchers can choose to receive a daily e-mail or subscribe to an RSS feed using their e-mail client or feed reader. Subject librarians may include such feeds on LibGuides as self-updating new ebook shelves.


Thursday 5/10/2012  |  9:00-10:00am  |  Hilton – Salon I  |  General Track  |  B.6.04

Presented by: Edward Corrado (Binghamton University Libraries); John Greer (University of Montana)

Abstract: ELUNA Steering Committee members provide an overview of the organization including the ELUNA Document Repository and Website.

Importing Finding Aids into Primo at the University of Iowa Libraries

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  9:00-10:00am  |  Hilton – Canyon A  |  Primo Track  |  B.6.05

Presented by: John Osborn (University of Iowa Libraries); Sue Julich (University of Iowa Libraries); Ellen Jones (University of Iowa Libraries)

Abstract: At the University of Iowa Libraries, we’ve undertaken a project to convert all of our Finding Aids from web pages to Archon. The data requires quite a bit of manipulation — from HTML to Archon to EAD to Dublin Core before it is ingested into Primo. We’ll talk about some the issues we faced and the solutions we’ve found.

One-Step Record Loading: Creating a Single Aleph Service to Load Electronic Books

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  9:00-10:00am  |  SPCC – 150A  |  Aleph Track  |  B.6.06

Presented by: Mike Rogers (University of Tennessee)

Abstract: This presentation will explain how we created a single custom service in Aleph that prepares and loads new files of electronic book records having different loading conditions and from a variety of vendors. Prior to this, our staff performed a couple dozen steps and ran numerous individual Aleph services in order to prepare and load one record file, which sometimes took hours to complete. Over time the backlog of electronic book files grew larger as our e-book purchasing expanded, since the record loading could not keep pace. I will briefly cover the various steps that our staff followed for loading e-books into Aleph, then explain in detail how the new loader incorporates the various steps in a flexible, much more efficient manner. Features highlighted will include the use of system variables, different fix routines based on the presence of a call number, whether or not to run character conversion on the records, whether to perform global updates, file renaming and archiving, etc. This presentation will be formatted as a “how to” guide that explains how each step in the loader works and the rationale for configuring it the way we did.

Preparing a Special Collections Library for a temporary move to remote storage.

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  9:00-10:00am  |  Hilton – Salon II  |  General Track  |  B.6.07

Presented by: Gwyneth Duncan (Duke University)

Abstract: Our Special Collections Library unexpectedly was given funding for a complete renovation. We have a bit more than a year to get the existing facility emptied. Most of the collection needs to be moved to off-site storage, which requires all items have barcodes. A fair amount of the collection isn’t even in the online catalog, let alone barcoded. This talk will address the effort to get the material ready to move and the Aleph support that is involved in the process.

SFX Product Update

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  9:00-10:00am  |  SPCC – 150G  |  Ex Libris  |  B.6.08

Presented by: Yisrael Kuchar (Ex Libris SFX Product Manager), Ron Lozinsky (Ex Libris SFX KnowledgeBase Manager)

Using Apache’s mod_rewrite to Redirect Mobile Devices to your Mobile Site

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  9:00-10:00am  |  SPCC – 150C  |  Voyager Track  |  B.6.09

Presented by: Ralph Arbelo (University of Rochester)

Abstract: This session describes how to use Apache’s mod_rewrite to redirect mobile devices to their mobile Tomcat site. The presentation will cover the prerequisites required for using mod_rewrite, explain how rewrite rules work, how to use them and how to troubleshoot if they don’t work. Handouts will include details, examples and links to other resources. Also, information will be provided on how to obtain a mobile skin for those who don’t have one.

Using Rosetta and Primo as a public digital collections management and delivery system

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  9:00-10:00am  |  Hilton – Alpine East  |  Primo Track  |  B.6.10

Presented by: Jon Morley (LDS Church History Library); Colt Pini (LDS Church History Library)

Abstract: This class will discuss the successes and challenges of using Rosetta as a digital asset management tool to build our library collections. We will show how we utilized the integration of Primo to create solutions that discover and deliver digital content in a thoughtful and effective method.  Discussion will include the implementation and the crucial lessons learned which include: asset workflow, metadata utilization, multiple institution capabilities, systems integration, digital asset rights management and others.  We will discuss the improvements that were made in the delivery system through modifying the image viewers to accommodate the needs of the institutions and specific digital collections.

Voyager Serials Special Interest Group (SIG)

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  9:00-10:00am  |  Hilton – Canyon B  |  SIGs  |  B.6.11

Convened by: Sherrie Kristin (Purdue University Calumet)

What’s the forecast? How to avoid downpours when moving services to the cloud.

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  9:00-10:00am  |  Hilton – Topaz  |  General Track  |  B.6.12

Presented by: Kate Montgomery (Tulane University); Gena George (Tulane University); Jeannette Thompson (Tulane University)

Abstract: In 2011, Tulane University was still running Voyager on a 2004 server. Needing to upgrade and replace our server, we were planning a summer upgrade when we investigated moving to the cloud rather than continuing to host our own server. The decision was made to move not only our ILS, but also our other Ex Libris products to hosted services, so during the summer of 2011, Tulane University moved Voyager, SFX, and MetaLib products to the cloud – all under Ex Libris’s Direct Care level of service. These moves had to be at least partially complete prior to our implementation of Primo, so we were on an accelerated schedule and were handling multiple projects at the same time. In the presentation, we will discuss the process involved in moving each of these services, how we organized each of the moves, what worked and what didn’t, issues we are still trying to resolve, and our suggestions on planning for those interested in moving to the cloud.


Thursday 5/10/2012  |  10:00-10:30am  |  Hilton – Grand Foyer


Thursday 5/10/2012  |  10:00-10:30am  |  SPCC – Ballroom Corridor

Adding QR Codes to the Library Catalog

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  10:30am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Topaz  |  Voyager Track  |  B.7.01

Presented by: Benjamin Rawlins (Georgetown College)

Abstract: In addition to implementing a mobile catalog, our library was interested in other ways that we could make our catalog more mobile friendly.  To do that we decided to add two QR code features to our catalog.  This session will give a brief history behind the technology, how QR codes are being used outside of libraries, and how our library has implemented them in our online catalog.

Aleph ILL Special Interest Group (SIG)

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  10:30am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Salon III  |  SIGs  |  B.7.02

Convened by: Linda Allbee (ODIN)

Heads in the Cloud: an Alma Panel Presentation

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  10:30am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Alpine East  |  General Track  |  B.7.03

Presented by: Betsy Friesen (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities); Amira Aaron (Northeastern University); Jack Ammerman (Boston University); Jimmy Ghaphery (Virginia Commonwealth University); Michele Reid (North Dakota State University); Facilitator: Janet Lute (Princeton University)

Abstract: Join us for a panel presentation by members of Alma Early Adopter institutions and facilitated by one of the Development Partners. Learn why these institutions have committed to Ex Libris’ cloud-based next-generation library management service and how they are preparing for implementation. The panelists will also discuss how Alma implementations may impact the organizational culture of their libraries.

Library Express – Using Document Delivery of ILLiad in the Voyager Catalog

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  10:30am-12:00pm  |  SPCC – 150A  |  Voyager Track  |  B.7.04

Presented by: Todd King (Eastern Kentucky University Libraries)

Abstract: In the Voyager Catalog at Eastern Kentucky University, we have added a button, called “Get It,” next to the item status that gives patrons the option to request that particular item. When clicked, the item’s Open URL information is sent to ILLiad for the user to place a request. To the user, it is a quick and seamless process; for our staff, it is an involved process to complete the request and get the item to a pickup location for the patron to get. But, using ILLiad helps us track the requests and communicate with the patron. By placing the service in the catalog, we can offer the delivery of books to the patron, even if the item is there on the shelf already. With help from shared code, we are able to offer this new and exciting service for our patrons. This presentation will cover not only the code setup and how it works in the catalog and with ILLiad, but also some behind-the-scenes looks at how we deal with the requests once they come in. If you’ve ever thought about offering such a service at your library, then we can share what we’ve done to help you get started with your own, “Library Express.”

Local Implementation or Primo TotalCare: making the right choice for your institution

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  10:30am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Canyon A  |  Primo Track  |  B.7.05

Presented by: Michael North (Northwestern University); Bennett Ponsford (Texas A&M University); David Podboy (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Technical Library); Tony Gibbons (Ex Libris)

Abstract: This panel presentation will discuss the various options for implementing Primo at your institution, from full-scale local implementations to totally hosted solutions. Hear about experiences from Primo customers representing three different implementation options and from Ex Libris.

Patron-Oriented Purchasing of E-Books in Voyager

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  10:30am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Canyon C  |  Voyager Track  |  B.7.06

Presented by: Ted Schwitzner (Illinois State University); Chad Buckley (Illinois State University); Julie Murphy (Illinois State University); Kristine Hammerstrand (Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois)

Abstract: Patron-driven acquisition (PDA) models represent different workflows than those seen with firm and approval orders. These differences affect budgeting, planning, order tracking and catalog record maintenance. Consortium-level application of PDA adds additional complexities. The presenters will share lessons learned from pilot projects involving different vendors and models, and at the local and consortium levels. Emphasis is on the vendor and Voyager implementations for acquisitions, cataloging and discovery, along with some collection development aspects.

Primo Product Demo

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  10:30am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Seminar Theater  |  Ex Libris  |  B.7.07

Presented by: Ido Peled (Ex Libris Product Manager)

Primo Realness: Implementing Course Reserves

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  10:30am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Canyon B  |  Primo Track  |  B.7.08

Presented by: Tracy Medley (University of Utah); Ian Godfrey (University of Utah)

Abstract: This session will outline the implementation of Course Reserves discovery via Primo at the University of Utah Libraries. Configuration, interoperability, testing, obstacles, achievements, feedback from patrons and ongoing workflow will be discussed.

Queries that Really Count: Understanding Totals in Access

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  10:30am-12:00pm  |  SPCC – 150D  |  Voyager Track  |  B.7.09

Presented by: Mel Farrell (CARLI)

Abstract: The more you know about how Access counts things, the more accurate and useful your queries will be. We’ll take a look at the basics of counting, ways to handle date ranges, and crosstabs. This session, for beginning and intermediate query writers, is an update of a session given at ELUNA 2010.

Research Data Management: Issues and Strategies

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  10:30am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Salon II  |  General Track  |  B.7.10

Presented by: Laura Guy (Colorado School of Mines); Edward Corrado (Binghamton University)

Abstract: Research data management is a core area being addressed by the NSF, DHHS, NEH, and other public and private funders. It’s an important, complex issue affecting many if not most University researchers, their departments, and other campus organizations. Laura Guy presents a general discussion of data management issues and policies. Edward M. Corrado presents current and future plans Binghamton University has regarding preserving faculty research and data sets in their digital preservation system, Rosetta.

Rosetta Product Demo

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  10:30am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Granite Conference Center  |  Ex Libris  |  B.7.11

Presented by: Sean Crosbie (Ex Libris Senior Account Manager)

ScholarRank, The Primo Relevance Ranking Technology

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  10:30am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Salon I  |  Ex Libris  |  B.7.12

Presented by: Tamar Sadeh, PhD (Ex Libris Director of Marketing)

Abstract: The greatest challenge for discovery systems is providing users with the most relevant search results out of the immense landscape of content. Similar to human interaction between two parties, where people adjust in tone, language, and subject matter, discovery systems need to “understand” the user’s context as well as the materials’ scholarly value. The session will describe Ex Libris Primo’s approach to relevance ranking. In addition to employing traditional information-retrieval methods that have been adapted to scholarly data, ScholarRank takes into account the intrinsic academic value of materials along with information about the user and the user’s research needs.

SFX Product Working Group (PWG)

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  10:30am-12:00pm  |  SPCC – 150G  |  PWGs  |  B.7.13

Convened by: Marina Oliver (Texax Tech University)

Using a Click Tracker to Record Electronic Resource Usage

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  10:30am-12:00pm  |  SPCC – 150F  |  Voyager Track  |  B.7.14

Presented by: Liza Weisbrod (Auburn University Libraries); Clint Bellanger (Auburn University Libraries); Jeremy Goslin (Auburn University Libraries)

Abstract: Auburn University Libraries uses a click tracker to record usage of electronic resources through its Voyager catalog. The program currently tracks clicks in the VuFind discovery layer catalog, Tomcat WebVoyage, and Classic WebVoyage. This presentation will include an overview of the click tracker, along with possible uses for the data.

Using Aleph’s Search / Retrieve via URL (SRU) to keep metadata in synch between Aleph and Rosetta

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  10:30am-12:00pm  |  SPCC – 150C  |  Aleph Track  |  B.7.15

Presented by: Beck Locey (LDS Church History Library)

Abstract: In this session, we will do a high level overview of setting up and using the using the Aleph SRU Server to keep metadata synchronized between Aleph and Rosetta. As part of this session, we will also review (at a high level) both the Aleph and Rosetta configuration and associated processes to accomplish this goal.


Thursday 5/10/2012  |  12:00-1:30pm  |  Hilton – Grand Ballroom

Voyager Law Libraries Special Interest Group (SIG)

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  12:00-1:30pm  |  Hilton – Grand Ballroom (lunch table)  |  SIGs

Convened by: Ruth Funabiki (University of Idaho Law Library)

Aleph ARC Special Interest Group (SIG)

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  1:30-2:30pm  |  Hilton – Canyon C  |  SIGs  |  B.8.01

Convened by: Gwyneth Duncan (Duke University)

Aleph Circ/Reserve Special Interest Group (SIG)

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  1:30-2:30pm  |  Hilton – Salon I  |  SIGs  |  B.8.02

Convened by: Ellen Jones (University of Iowa Libraries)

Alma Demo

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  1:30-2:30pm  |  Hilton – Seminar Theater  |  Ex Libris  |  B.8.03

Presented by: Christopher Spalding (Ex Libris Solutions Architect)

Authority Control in Voyager

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  1:30-2:30pm  |  Hilton – Topaz  |  Voyager Track  |  B.8.04

Presented by: Stephen O’Connor (University of Rochester Libraries)

Abstract: Basic Authority Control in Voyager with a focus on using Global Headings Change to automate the process. The client-side processes will be discussed as well as the associated server-side jobs.

The Consortium as a Cloud

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  1:30-2:30pm  |  Hilton – Alpine West  |  General Track  |  B.8.05

Presented by: Ted Schwitzner (Illinois State University); Carlos Melian (Northeastern Illinois University); Thomas Goetz (William Rainey Harper College)

Abstract: Consortial environments exhibit similar features to cloud-based library systems. Members of CARLI’s I-Share Users Group will provide insights into the ways that libraries support their own autonomy while collaborating towards the growth and development of their systems. The presenters will identify potential opportunities and challenges to working in the cloud environment, and they will demonstrate how the partnerships available in the cloud offer advantages for both consistent service to our patrons and for innovation.

Embedding RSS Feeds from Aleph into Library Research Guides

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  1:30-2:30pm  |  SPCC – 150A  |  Aleph Track  |  B.8.06

Presented by: Mike Rogers (University of Tennessee)

Abstract: Library Research Guides are a popular tool for connecting students and faculty with research materials. This presentation will explain how we created a customized set of “new item” RSS feeds from Aleph and subsequently embedded those feeds into subject librarians’ Research Guide pages. I will review the process and steps for creating the RSS feeds using the SQL-to-XML method and explain the mechanics behind how the feeds work. Then I will show a couple different examples of how our subject librarians have opted to display the RSS feeds in their LibGuide webpages. Finally, I will explain how we integrated a deep link to our Primo instance with the “dlSearch.do” syntax as part of the feed so that users can click on an item and be taken immediately to the record in Primo.

Empower Library Staff (just a little) with Voyager’s WebAdmin

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  1:30-2:30pm  |  SPCC – 150F  |  Voyager Track  |  B.8.07

Presented by: Janice Christopher (Univ. of Connecticut)

Abstract: Do you need Voyager batch jobs on demand? Do you harbor a secret desire to ”do stuff” that only your systems librarian does? Voyager provides an easy-to-use web interface, WebAdmin, that allows library staff to run server batch jobs for Acq, Cat, Circ, and OPAC; load and extract bibs; and view job output, all without the need for command-line access to the server. Busy systems staff can benefit, too. Come find out how!

Enriching Your Search Results in a Parallel Manner

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  1:30-2:30pm  |  Hilton – Salon III  |  MetaLib Track  |  B.8.08

Presented by: Charles Draper (Brigham Young University)

Abstract: Search result quality and response time is greatly improved by using external services, performing all enriching processes in parallel, and temporarily caching results. With Primo as a back-end search tool and custom software enriching its search response, we are providing rapid and rich search results to the end user.

How to use SFX raw data and other data sources to build applications for end users

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  1:30-2:30pm  |  Hilton – Canyon B  |  SFX/bX Track  |  B.8.09

Presented by: Fengzhi Fan (Robert Wood Johnson Library of Health Sciences, UMDNJ)

Abstract: This presentation will demonstrate some unique home-grown applications which include a simplified version of A-Z e-journal listing and a quick search toolkit which is a single search box for all e-resources such as subject guides, e-databases, e-books, e-journals and e-articles. The applications not only expose their data directly from SFX data tables, but also from various local and external data sources. This presentation will focus on design considerations, implementation details, code snippets, and useful experiences.

Integrating Primo with Discovery and Fulfillment Systems

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  1:30-2:30pm  |  Hilton – Alpine East  |  General Track  |  B.8.10

Presented by: Kevin Reiss (Princeton University Library); Antonio Barrera (Princeton University Library); Janet Lute (Princeton University)

Abstract: We will discuss our efforts to customize Primo in order to better integrate with our other library systems and services. Techniques discussed will include how to use AJAX to embed new services within the Primo UI, using Jquery and Back Office changes to override the default behavior of the Primo UI, and how to construct “intelligent” links from within Primo to external systems. The presenters will discuss the integration of external systems for article discovery, consortial borrowing, and a delivery system that services a remote storage facility.

Primo Central trial, usability testing, and implementation options

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  1:30-2:30pm  |  Hilton – Salon II  |  Primo Track  |  B.8.11

Presented by: Randy Oldham (University of Guelph); Alison Hitchens (University of Waterloo); Dillon Moore (Wilfrid Laurier University)

Abstract: The Tri-University Group (TUG) [University of Guelph, University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University] has recently completed a trial of Primo Central. This session will explore the steps our institutions went through for this trial: planning; implementation options and processes; user testing; focus groups; staff consultations; and user feedback. After this session, attendees will have a better understanding of steps to consider when embarking on a trial of Primo Central.

Rosetta Product Update

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  1:30-2:30pm  |  Hilton – Granite Conference Center  |  Ex Libris  |  B.8.12

Presented by: Ido Peled (Ex Libris Product Manager)

ShelfLister 3.0 for the iPad

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  1:30-2:30pm  |  SPCC – 150G  |  Voyager Track  |  B.8.13

Presented by: Michael Doran (University of Texas at Arlington)

Abstract: This presentation will cover the new iPad/tablet version of ShelfLister, the Voyager client for generating real-time shelf lists. In this new version 3.0, the user interface has been optimized for touch navigation and the larger screen size allows for more, and better, information display. This version 3.0 will also include enhancements such as Call Number entry for the Dewey Decimal classification and multilingual interface capability. Also covered will be using iPad-compatible, Bluetooth-enabled barcode scanners to make a truly mobile platform combination for staff working in the stacks. For more information on previous versions of ShelfLister, see http://rocky.uta.edu/doran/shelflister/.

View Management for multiple visual identities

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  1:30-2:30pm  |  Hilton – Canyon A  |  Primo Track  |  B.8.14

Presented by: Colt Pini (LDS Church History Library); Josh Parry (LDS Church History Library)

Abstract: We have had to tackle the problem of having multiple visual identities. Several of the tackled issues are CSS management, branding management, and login screens. We will be diving into the solution for each hurdle we have had to tackle in allowing multiple libraries to use our instance of Primo, while maintaining unique visual identities. This will include what we did, and how we did it.


Thursday 5/10/2012  |  2:30-3:00pm  |  SPCC – Ballroom Corridor

Ex Libris Management Q&A

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  3:00-4:00pm  |  SPCC – Ballroom G & I  |  P.2

Aleph Acq/Serials Special Interest Group (SIG)

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  4:15-5:15pm  |  Hilton – Alpine East  |  SIGs  |  B.9.01

Convened by: Laura Morse (Harvard University)

Alma Demo

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  4:15-5:15pm  |  Hilton – Granite Conference Center  |  Ex Libris  |  B.9.02

Presented by: Andrew French (Ex Libris Solutions Architect)

BYU’s Custom Search Interface

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  4:15-5:15pm  |  Hilton – Canyon A  |  Primo Track  |  B.9.03

Presented by: Curtis Thacker (Brigham Young University)

Abstract: A presentation on BYU’s new frontend search interface. We’ll share why we decided to replace the native interface, and the decisions we made in the custom interface. We will also show off our new responsive design.

The enhancements to SFX Citation Linker

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  4:15-5:15pm  |  Hilton – Canyon C  |  SFX/bX Track  |  B.9.04

Presented by: Fei Xu (South Dakota State University)

Abstract: This presentation discusses how to implement and enhance the SFX citation linker that facilitates citation search with minimal but sufficient citation metadata. The future endeavors to enhance the citation linker for Ex Libris will be also addressed. The South Dakota State University Libraries’ implementation experience should be useful for libraries implementing their citation linkers.

From Voyager to your website: Using Linux Shell scripts and Oracle SQL*Plus to generate web pages.

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  4:15-5:15pm  |  Hilton – Topaz  |  Voyager Track  |  B.9.05

Presented by: Michael Cummings (George Washington University); James O. Austin (Washington Research Library Consortium)

Abstract: Learn how to generate web pages on your library web site based on Ex Libris Voyager data. The George Washington University Library generates a “New Books Shelf” list, and other pages on our website, using simple Shell scripts and Oracle Instant Client / SQL*Plus for Linux on a server hosted by the Washington Research Library Consortium (WRLC). We will share our scripts and explain how to configure them for reuse.

Implementing Primo: a Holistic Approach

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  4:15-5:15pm  |  Hilton – Salon III  |  Primo Track  |  B.9.06

Presented by: Kate Montgomery (Tulane University); Gena George (Tulane University)

Abstract: During the summer of 2011, Tulane University moved its ILS, OpenURL link resolver, and federated search servers to the cloud. While we were working on the move to the cloud, we also started our implementation of Primo. With so many projects going on at the same time, we had to involve a large group from across the library in order to get Primo live by the start of the fall semester. In this presentation we will talk about how we organized the overall project in coordination with the move of our other systems, the tasks involved, our customizations for the user interface and the Back Office, marketing and publicity considerations, training, and what we’ve learned from usability testing. We will also discuss what proceeded as planned, problems and issues that arose, and give suggestions so others can learn from our experiences.

Implementing Voyager in a Corporate Library

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  4:15-5:15pm  |  SPCC – 150C  |  Voyager Track  |  B.9.07

Presented by: Bee Bornheimer (Qualcomm Inc.)

Abstract: The Qualcomm Library supports a Fortune 500 company with a global population base of around 20,000 employees. We launched on Voyager 8 in the fall of 2011. This presentation will review the various challenges and opportunities that we faced in mapping our particular workflows to the Voyager system.

Loading Records using Aleph Services

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  4:15-5:15pm  |  SPCC – 150A  |  Aleph Track  |  B.9.08

Presented by: Betsy Friesen (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities); Jane Aitkens (McGill University); William Jones (New York University)

Abstract: Several loaders are available for staff use in Aleph. P-file-96 has been used for years to load records with embedded order data. Some institutions use it to create holdings, while others use different services for this purpose. In the last few years, Aleph libraries have utilized p-file-90, the advanced loader, to do more complex holdings, items, and order creation. Join us to learn about these and other services, their tables, and use of scripts to join multiple services together.

Managing bulk loads of records for electronic materials in a consortial environment

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  4:15-5:15pm  |  SPCC – 150F  |  Voyager Track  |  B.9.09

Presented by: Shelley Ramberg (The University of Montana); Teressa Keenan (The University of Montana)

Abstract: Our consortia started bulk loading electronic resources when those collections were small and simple. Since then, the collections (and processes) have become increasingly complex. This session will cover some of the problems we’ve encountered, some of the decisions we wish we’d made earlier (or made differently), some of the tools we’ve found invaluable, and the methods we’ve used for cleanup and ongoing maintenance of our electronic resource collection/s.

MetaLib Product Update

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  4:15-5:15pm  |  Hilton – Salon I  |  Ex Libris  |  B.9.10

Presented by: Yisrael Kuchar (Ex Libris MetaLib Product Manager)

Moving a Voyager Consortium up to the Cloud

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  4:15-5:15pm  |  Hilton – Alpine West  |  Voyager Track  |  B.9.11

Presented by: Tari Keller (University of Kentucky)

Abstract: In December 2011-January 2012 the Kentucky Voyager Consortium moved to the Ex Libris Voyager Direct hosting environment from their hub servers in Lexington and Louisville. This presentation will cover the migration preparation, process and experiences of the 19 institutions. What information do you need to gather for the move? What happens during the migration? What should be tested during the move? What was learned during the process? Was the move worth it? Come find out!

Online Aleph Training at Harvard Using Adobe Captivate

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  4:15-5:15pm  |  Hilton – Salon II  |  General Track  |  B.9.12

Presented by: Hank Sway (Harvard University); Alison Thornton (Harvard University)

Abstract: Harvard University has undertaken a long-term project to create online tutorials for each Aleph module using Adobe Captivate. The goal of this project is improve access to Aleph training for a large library staff with differing levels of experience, while reducing the number of in-person training sessions offered. In this session, we will outline our process for creating the online tutorials, from scripting to production and deployment. We will also share a number of best practices we have discovered, and address some software quirks rising from the interaction between Aleph and Captivate. Our session will focus on the Cataloging module, but the lessons learned can be applied to creating online tutorials for any Aleph module, or even other Ex Libris products.

Primo: traversing the patron puzzle

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  4:15-5:15pm  |  Hilton – Seminar Theater  |  Aleph Track  |  B.9.13

Presented by: Sue Harmer (University of NSW)

Abstract: UNSW’s goal is to provide patrons with a single Primo user interface to all Ex Libris applications. We want our patrons to confidently access all aspects of their account from one place. Additionally the Library wants to streamline the analysis of usage data for an holistic view of application use and trends. The main challenge has been to migrate patron data from Aleph and MetaLib to Primo. A second challenge has been the coordinated deletion of expired patron data from Aleph, MetaLib and Primo. In this presentation we will outline UNSW’s methodology for patron management across the 3 applications and the degree to which it meets our goals.

Pulling back the curtain: What really happens when you perform a search in Primo.

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  4:15-5:15pm  |  Hilton – Canyon B  |  Primo Track  |  B.9.14

Presented by: Dale Poulter (Vanderbilt)

Abstract: Searching in Primo is a simple process for users, but what actually happens when the search button is clicked. The presentation will discuss searching Primo Central, the local index, MetaLib, and SFX (with umlaut). The focus will be on the search process and the processing of the results to the user. Several questions will be answered including why does Primo Central not dedup with local resources. The target audience for this session will be staff that utilize and teach Primo. This will be a general discussion of Primo and not focused on configuration.

Using JavaScript to Customize your Voyager tomcat interface

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  4:15-5:15pm  |  SPCC – 150D  |  Voyager Track  |  B.9.15

Presented by: Denise Dunham (University of Rochester)

Abstract: This session will introduce attendees to the basics of using JavaScript to customize the Voyager tomcat interface, including how and when to use JavaScript to make customizations. Several examples will be described from the basics of installing and modifying available shared code to more advanced techniques including JavaScript libraries such as jQuery. Code and instructions will be made available for attendees to implement and customize examples in their own catalogs.

Networking Dinner

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  6:00-9:00pm  |  Gracie’s

Mormon Tabernacle Choir Rehearsal

Thursday 5/10/2012  |  7:30-8:30pm  |  Temple Square – Tabernacle

At 7:30 p.m. on Thursday May 10, ELUNA 2012 attendees and guests are invited to attend a rehearsal of the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir in the renowned Mormon Tabernacle. The Choir will be accompanied by the Orchestra at Temple Square, and will perform a number exclusively for ELUNA 2012 attendees and guests at 7:45.

Friday, May 11, 2012

Registration and Information Desk Open

Friday 5/11/2012  |  7:30am-2:00pm  |  Hilton – 2nd Floor Registration Desk

Breakfast Buffet

Friday 5/11/2012  |  7:15-8:45am  |  Hilton – Grand Ballroom

Aleph Cat & Authority Special Interest Group (SIG)

Friday 5/11/2012  |  9:00-10:30am  |  Hilton – Canyon C  |  SIGs  |  B.10.01

Convened by: Kathleen Isaacson (Lawrence University)

Alma Demo

Friday 5/11/2012  |  9:00-10:30am  |  Hilton – Granite Conference Center  |  Ex Libris  |  B.10.02

Presented by: Andrew French (Ex Libris Solutions Architect)

Banner and Bursar: A match made in … somewhere!

Friday 5/11/2012  |  9:00-10:30am  |  Hilton – Seminar Theater  |  Voyager Track  |  B.10.03

Presented by: F. Tracy Farmer (Arkansas State University)

Abstract: A few years ago our library was allowed to collect fines/fees at our circulation points. Then the campus experienced a series of misappropriations of money. The required campus money collection procedures to be changed; all money now has to be collected at the campus cashier window. Because of this we had to develop a way to process our fines/fees electronically to be loaded into the campus’ ERP system, Banner, to be charged to our students.

Creating custom ALEPH services to help manage patron records

Friday 5/11/2012  |  9:00-10:30am  |  SPCC – 150A  |  Aleph Track  |  B.10.04

Presented by: Steven Bischof (Five Colleges Inc.)

Abstract: This presentation will discuss the construction of custom services to select and edit patron records, which helps streamline the management of patron data. These services use a combination of SQL and shell scripting to extract and then edit the patron records. Another custom circulation service is a customization of cash_05, which allows the user to select specific patron statuses and specific transactions to be included in the output of the report. This custom service uses SQL to select a list of transactions and then passes this information on to standard Aleph COBOL routines to complete the service.

Hosted Customers Meeting

Friday 5/11/2012  |  9:00-10:30am  |  Hilton – Salon III  |  General Track  |  B.10.05

Convened by: Lesli Moore (Texas Health Science Libraries Consortium)

Implementation of a discovery layer: the Franklin College experience

Friday 5/11/2012  |  9:00-10:30am  |  Hilton – Canyon A  |  Primo Track  |  B.10.06

Presented by: Susan Leach-Murray (Franklin College); Jessica Mahoney (Franklin College)

Abstract: Franklin College implemented Primo in the fall semester of 2011.  Two librarians will share their experience and findings in regards to this process.  The discussion will focus on interface design and functionality, as well as usage statistics to evaluate the discovery layer.

Managing the Transition: Alma as a Catalyst for Change and Growth

Friday 5/11/2012  |  9:00-10:30am  |  SPCC – 150G  |  Ex Libris  |  B.10.07

Presented by: John Larson (Ex Libris Project Consultant)

Abstract: As a platform for next-generation library services, Alma challenges libraries to improve existing workflows. To this end, Ex Libris is developing a new change management program to support libraries’ transition to the new environment. Come for a discussion of how Ex Libris is paving the way for managing staff transitions to maximize the opportunities for improvement with Alma.

MetaLib Product Working Group (PWG)

Friday 5/11/2012  |  9:00-10:30am  |  Hilton – Salon I  |  PWGs  |  B.10.08

Presented by: Mark Needleman (University of Florida)

Primo at Northwestern – Story of Local Development and ELCommons

Friday 5/11/2012  |  9:00-10:30am  |  Hilton – Topaz  |  Primo Track  |  B.10.09

Presented by: Michael North (Northwestern University); Geoff Morse (Northwestern University)

Abstract: Development of the Northwestern Primo environment has been the result of “out of the box” installation, combined with our own local development, as well as utilizing the developments posted on ELCommons by other Primo developers. We will share our initial installation of Primo, show what “development enhancements” we have performed ourselves, and then show what developments we have implemented that we obtained from ELCommons. Our local developments will include our Blackboard/Primo integration environment, our two different Primo User Interfaces (Primo App provided and our Locally Developed Interfaces), our unique solution to further enhance FRBR-ization, and our mobile Primo environment. We will conclude with a tour of ELCommons and demonstrate how an institution can use ELCommons to further enhance their Library Primo environment. Audience: beginning to moderate Primo sites.

Primo Polish: User Study Findings and Implementations

Friday 5/11/2012  |  9:00-10:30am  |  SPCC – 150D  |  Primo Track  |  B.10.10

Presented by: Colt Pini (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints); Josh Parry (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)

Abstract: We performed a user study that returned very interesting and informative results. We will be presenting on (briefly) the methods of the user study and (in detail) on the findings and the way we implemented the results. This study resulted in a dramatic paradigm shift in the way the media was presented to the user to streamline work flow and minimize disruption and includes making Primo a responsive (mobile supported) web application.

Processing MARCIt! file: the “Single Record” approach at UT Arlington Library

Friday 5/11/2012  |  9:00-10:30am  |  Hilton – Canyon B  |  SFX/bX Track  |  B.10.11

Presented by: Haoyang “Peter” Zhang (UT Arlington Library)

Abstract: MARCIt! provides enhanced MARC records for electronic journals in SFX. While some libraries choose to have multiple bibliographic records by format for a journal, UT Arlington Library has been using the “Single Record” approach where each journal has a single bibliographic record regardless of format. Both electronic and print holdings are attached to the same bibliographic record. This presentation discusses how the MARCIt file is processed, bulk imported to Voyager, and reviewed under such approach.

Rosetta: One year later

Friday 5/11/2012  |  9:00-10:30am  |  Hilton – Salon II  |  Rosetta Track  |  B.10.12

Presented by: Edward M. Corrado (Binghamton University Libraries); Sandy Card (Binghamton University Libraries)

Abstract: Librarians from Binghamton University will talk about their experience using the Rosetta Digital Preservation System. Last year, Binghamton presented about their first 5 months using the software. In 2012, they will follow up on last years presentation and share some of the things that they learned that will help librarians who are or may be considering implementing Rosetta. Although this session is geared towards Rosetta, much of the content will be useful for anyone considering a digital preservation solution.


Friday 5/11/2012  |  10:30-11:00am  |  Hilton – Grand Foyer


Friday 5/11/2012  |  10:30-11:00am  |  SPCC – Ballroom Corridor

Aleph Deployment Process: Why you need multiple Aleph environments

Friday 5/11/2012  |  11:00am-12:00pm  |  SPCC – 150C  |  Aleph Track  |  B.11.01

Presented by: Nelson Sandberg (LDS Church History Library); Brian Romrell (LDS Church History Library)

Abstract: This session highlights the benefits on running multiple Aleph environments in development, test, and production. We will discuss how quality assurance and application testing guarantees successful change control. Our session includes a demo on rolling up Aleph configurations through the different environments.

Aleph Systems & Reporting Special Interest Group (SIG)

Friday 5/11/2012  |  11:00am-12:00pm  |  SPCC – 150F  |  SIGs  |  B.11.02

Convened by: Jeannie Dixon (CCLA)

Alma Demo

Friday 5/11/2012  |  11:00am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Granite Conference Center  |  Ex Libris  |  B.11.03

Presented by: Andrew French (Ex Libris Solutions Architect)

Consortia Systems Special Interest Group (SIG)

Friday 5/11/2012  |  11:00am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Canyon C  |  SIGs  |  B.11.04

Presented by: Kristine Hammerstrand (CARLI)

Creating customizable financial reports using Microsoft Access

Friday 5/11/2012  |  11:00am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Topaz  |  Voyager Track  |  B.11.05

Presented by: Denita Hampton (Georgia State University); Stella Richardson (Georgia Tech Institute)

Abstract: Creating useful fines and fees reports can be challenging. Georgia Tech Library uses a standard server report that runs automatically and cannot be edited. Georgia State University Library developed a report using Access queries. Their final report displays in an Excel spreadsheet that can be easily edited. In this session, we will compare these two different processes and discuss pros and cons of each.

Discovery versus Precision: A Comparison of Known Item Searching in Primo and Aleph

Friday 5/11/2012  |  11:00am-12:00pm  |  SPCC – 150G  |  Primo Track  |  B.11.06

Presented by: Steve R. Thomas (Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville)

Abstract: Anecdotal reports from our public services librarians suggest that searching within our new discovery system (Primo) is not as effective – for known items – as searching in our traditional catalog (Aleph). This project prepares a list of titles (from the MARC 245 field) for a randomly selected set of records and then compares the results searching these titles in Aleph using (1) title browse, (2) title keyword, and (3) general keyword with searching Primo using (1) my exact phrase in title, (2) my query words in title, and (3) my query words anywhere in the record.

From the ground to the cloud – Emory Libraries’ integrated core technologies implementation

Friday 5/11/2012  |  11:00am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Salon I  |  General Track  |  B.11.07

Presented by: Heather Williams (Emory University); Mike Mitchell (Emory University)

Abstract: In an effort to provide a seamless interface to the richness of Emory’s resources, the Libraries began migrating its core services “from the ground to the cloud” in the Fall of 2010. Over a 12 month period, we upgraded our SFX and Primo instances, migrated our ILS system from Sirsi Symphony to Aleph, and moved them all to ExLibris hosting. We will share our motivation, the details of our experience, and the many lessons-learned.

Implementing Primo and SFX in One Shot as a Total Care Customer

Friday 5/11/2012  |  11:00am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Canyon A  |  Primo Track  |  B.11.08

Presented by: Regina Koury (Idaho State University Library); Cheryl Sebold (Idaho State University Library); Janet Warnke (Idaho State University Library)

Abstract: Step one, step two, step three… done! Not that easy! At Idaho State University we switched from EBSCO A-Z and link resolver to SFX. We also replaced our Voyager server, upgraded from 6.5.1 to 8.1, and implemented Primo. This presentation will discuss our workflow, what we wished we knew before the switch, and lessons learned.

KB update reports including conversion to Excel format

Friday 5/11/2012  |  11:00am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Canyon B  |  SFX/bX Track  |  B.11.09

Presented by: Rich Wenger (MIT)

Abstract: The KB Update Reports generated by SFX do not include all the information that we require. We are developing some scripts that enhance the reports in various ways: by SQL lookup, by reading and cross-referencing other spreadsheets, by introducing color in strategic ways, and by converting the enhanced report records to Excel format so librarians do not need to import text files into Excel. This session will explain the processing of the reports and show examples.

Navigating the Workflows of Shelf-Ready, Embedded Order-Data, and EDI Invoicing: A Comparison of How to Make Vendors’ Unique Online Ordering Systems Play Nice with Voyager

Friday 5/11/2012  |  11:00am-12:00pm  |  SPCC – 150D  |  Voyager Track  |  B.11.10

Presented by: Felicity Brown (American University Library)

Abstract: American University has transitioned from Blackwell, to Coutts, and most recently to Yankee Book Peddler in setting up shelf-ready workflows, using EOD and EDI through vendors’ online ordering systems. In Acquisitions, streamlining workflows is critical to controlling would-be chaos. This presentation will demonstrate how we’ve navigated these different vendors’ online ordering systems, and have convinced the vendors to adapt to our workflows, rather than having to tailor our workflows to them.

There’s a Map for That: Discovering Discovery Tools

Friday 5/11/2012  |  11:00am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Salon II  |  MetaLib Track  |  B.11.11

Presented by: Lauren Fancher (GALILEO, USG); Bob Trotter (GALILEO, USG, UGA); Ken Henslee (GALILEO, USG)

Abstract: GALILEO, Georgia’s Virtual Library, has been collaborating with its member institutions on a number of discovery tool implementations, including EBSCO Discovery Service, Summon, Primo, and MetaLib Plus. Each product has strengths and weaknesses, including different tools for both mapping sources of metadata into the central index and also shaping the results. Join staff members of the GALILEO initiative in this review of their experiences and findings of these rapidly evolving products.

The VIK and UTIL: “Vroom” Your Voyager Upgrade and Service Packs

Friday 5/11/2012  |  11:00am-12:00pm  |  Hilton – Seminar Theater  |  Ex Libris  |  B.11.12

Presented by: Adam Zimmerman (Ex Libris Product Integration and Packaging Team Lead)

Abstract: The Voyager Installation Kit (VIK) provides libraries with a fast and easy way to perform their own upgrades to the latest release of Voyager on the day and time of their choosing. Starting in Voyager 8.1.0, the UTIL menu provides menu-driven tools to perform service-pack installation, basic Voyager server administration including keyword regens, as well as basic Oracle administration. Audience members will learn what both the VIK and UTIL menus do and how they work together. You will also gain an understanding of what you should know when you run these tools yourself. Adam will give a live demonstration of both menus.

Voyager ILL, Ariel, Rapid, and DCB Data Unified on the My Account Page

Friday 5/11/2012  |  11:00am-12:00pm  |  SPCC – 150A  |  Voyager Track  |  B.11.13

Presented by: Ken Herold (Hamilton College)

Abstract: Hamilton College combines data from Voyager ILL, Ariel Document Delivery, RAPID ILL, and ConnectNY, a consortial union catalog using INN-Reach, into a single reporting section of requests and direct PDF delivery on the My account page in Tomcat Web Voyage. Not a how-to for others to emulate exactly, the demonstration illustrates the power of open architecture for personalized services in Voyager. We employ XSLT, PHP, and Perl using our own Apache 2 instance to integrate data from Oracle, MS Access, and web services.


Friday 5/11/2012  |  12:00-1:00pm  |  Hilton – Grand Ballroom

Changing the Channel: Bringing Primo Central API Content into VuFind

Friday 5/11/2012  |  1:00-1:30pm  |  Hilton – Seminar Theater  |  Primo Track  |  B.12.01

Presented by: Spencer Lamm (Swarthmore College/TriCollege Consortium); Chelsea Lobdell (TriCollege Consortium)

Abstract: Beginning in June of 2010, the TriCollege Consortium of Bryn Mawr, Haverford and Swarthmore worked to select, design and implement a channeled discovery layer modeled after those implemented at Villanova, BYU, NCSU, and the National Library of Australia and which is set to launch in spring 2012. We selected VuFind as the solution for the overall discovery layer and the library catalog channel and the Primo Central Index for the channel devoted to article content. VuFind is designed to work with the Summon API so implementation required that we extensively modify VuFind’s code so that it could integrate and display content from the PCI API. Our talk will cover why we choose this solution, a tutorial on how we integrated and displayed PCI content via the X-Services Brief Search API, and lessons learned from the process of integrating a new content source into an existing discovery layer product.

Display new materials from Voyager in Libguides with a RESTful interface.

Friday 5/11/2012  |  1:00-1:30pm  |  Hilton – Canyon B  |  Voyager Track  |  B.12.02

Presented by: Andy Taylor (University of North Alabama)

Abstract: I developed a Perl script that searches recent additions to Voyager and displays it so that it can be RESTfully queried and easily displayed in a libguide. So, for example, a subject guide on Biology could have a customized, automatically updated list of materials from the catalog displayed by simply incorporating a URL like http://www.myvoyager.com/vwebv/?q=qh+qk+ql for the LCSH areas QH, QK, and QL.

Primo Product Demo

Friday 5/11/2012  |  1:00-1:30pm  |  Hilton – Granite Conference Center  |  Ex Libris  |  B.12.03

Presented by: Sean Crosbie (Ex Libris Senior Account Manager)

‘Seamless Circulation’ Step 1: Setting up Aleph and CircIT

Friday 5/11/2012  |  1:00-1:30pm  |  Hilton – Salon I  |  Aleph Track  |  B.12.04

Presented by: Jacque Dessino (VCCS/Tidewater Community College)

Abstract: Tidewater Community College and the city of Virginia Beach are building a joint library to serve as a branch of both organizations. The first step to a ‘seamless’ circulation experience between Aleph and Sirsi/Dynix’s Symphony was to implement TechLogic’s CircIT self check system. This presentation discusses the problems encountered and lessons learned as we work to become the first Aleph implementation of CircIT.

To The Stacks!: Inventory Using Voyager

Friday 5/11/2012  |  1:00-1:30pm  |  Hilton – Topaz  |  Voyager Track  |  B.10.05

Presented by: Julie Kabelac (Wells College)

Abstract: After combing Voy-L for inventory processes and extracting the least technology-intense pieces, we created a workflow using Voyager (7.2.2) Circulation, Cataloging, and Access Reports, a laptop, and a Bluetooth scanner. I will talk about our SysAdmin preparation, the process itself (applies to call number ranges or locations) and the periodic follow up, including the use of Pick and Scan, various tables and queries, and unexpected issues encountered.

User Testing of Primo at Tulane

Friday 5/11/2012  |  1:00-1:30pm  |  Hilton – Canyon A  |  Primo Track  |  B.12.06

Presented by: Dave Comeaux (Tulane University); Kate Montgomery (Tulane University)

Abstract: Tulane University implemented the Primo web-scale discovery system for the Fall 2011 semester. Part of the implementation strategy was to evaluate the system’s usability and patron satisfaction. To accomplish these goals, a user assessment committee was formed. This committee developed, implemented and analyzed a both a usability test and online survey. 20 patrons participated in our usability testing, and over 200 responded to our survey. Wonder what they said? Let us tell you!

Using on-shelf holds instead of callslips for branch to branch lending

Friday 5/11/2012  |  1:00-1:30pm  |  Hilton – Canyon C  |  Voyager Track  |  B.12.07

Presented by: John Greer (Mansfield Library/University of Montana)

Abstract: The University of Montana Libraries’ goal was to make the process of requesting material from the OPAC as easy as possible. This meant that we didn’t want the user to have to decide between placing a hold or placing a call slip to request any item that was desired. One choice- one result was the goal. This presentation will show how the library setup the voyager on-shelf holds feature to be used as a request mechanism for branch to branch material requests, on-shelf requests, in library requests and others. I will show the reports that are used to pull items from the shelves, go over the circulation process, show how each branch responds, and cover the pros and cons of serving your patrons in this manner.

Virtualization: How’s it working for you?

Friday 5/11/2012  |  1:00-1:30pm  |  Hilton – Salon III  |  General Track  |  B.12.08

Presented by: Erik Biever (University of Minnesota – Twin Cities)

Abstract: By the time ELUNA begins, we will have migrated Verde and Primo (possibly also MetaLib and SFX) from physical servers to virtual machines at the University of Minnesota. This presentation will focus on performance issues (real and perceived) and anything else that is unique to the VM experience. It will not be a technical presentation on VMware configuration. Please bring your own virtualization stories and questions.

ELUNA Business Meeting & Wrap Up

Friday 5/11/2012  |  1:45-3:00pm  |  Hilton – Alpine East-West  |  P.3


Poster sessions will be on display throughout the conference in the Hilton Grand Foyer (2nd floor) between the Registration Desk and the Seminar Theater. Presenters will be available for questions at the times below.

Closed Stacks – Accessible to All

  • Presented by: Dror Berger (The National Library of Israel)
  • Wednesday 5/9/2012, 11:45am-1:15pm

OPAC via Primo for Office Delivery

  • Presented by: Brian Thompson (The University of Iowa Libraries)
  • Wednesday 5/9/2012, 11:45am-1:15pm

Suppressed in Voyager ≠ (does not equal) Removed from Summon

  • Presented by: Martha Gunnarson (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)
  • Wednesday 5/9/2012, 11:45am-1:15pm

University Partners for Alma Implementation

  • Presented by: Jimmy Ghaphery (VCU Libraries)
  • Wednesday 5/9/2012, 11:45am-1:15pm

Voyager Mobile Skin Developed Using the jQuery Mobile Web Framework

  • Presented by: Denise Dunham (University of Rochester Libraries)
  • Wednesday 5/9/2012, 11:45am-1:15pm

Primo: Outside the (Search) Box

  • Presented by: Lauren Magnuson (Trine University); Noah Brubaker (University of Indianapolis)
  • Thursday 5/10/2012, 12:00-1:30pm