Thursday, February 10, 2011

call for presentations

2011 IGeLU Conference


Call for Presentations and Posters


One of the great benefits of IGeLU membership and annual conference attendance is the sharing of user experiences among the membership, generating ideas and learning innovative practices. User presentations contribute significantly to this, and create a programme that is more than just about Ex Libris products – it’s about how they are used!! and – its about the Users!!

IGeLU invites you to submit proposals for presentations and poster sessions at its 6th annual conference in Haifa, Israel. The conference will take place from 11-13 September. Information and links are on the IGeLU website
Topics: Proposals may cover any of the Ex Libris products, the interactions between them, and their interoperation with other systems. We are interested in users’ experiences of Aleph, ARC, Voyager, SFX, bX, MetaLib, Verde, DigiTool, Rosetta and Primo and the Primo Central index. Proposals may also cover topics that relate to the wider development of library and information systems within the context of Ex Libris products. For example:

Innovative use of products
Integration of products with each other or with external systems
Innovative creation of mobile and hand-held applications
Experiences of latest releases of products
Experiences with new products, e.g., bX, Primo, Rosetta
Authentication and authorization, e.g., PDS, Single Sign On, Shibboleth
Optimising systems and maximising resources
Work of IGeLU Focus Groups
Usability/accessibility of interfaces
Consortia issues

Follow up on ideas from last year’s meeting:

Guidelines to help you:
For Presentations:
For Posters:
Online Presentation / Poster proposal submission form:


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