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Curtin University joins Ex Libris Leganto early-adopter program

Press Release: Ex Libris [August 31, 2015]

Adelaide, Australia -- August 31, 2015. Ex Libris Group, a world leader in the provision of library automation solutions, is pleased to announce that Curtin University in Australia has joined the early-adopter program for the Leganto reading-list solution.

The Leganto solution offers innovative services for the creation, maintenance, and use of course reading lists in higher education. Tightly integrated with an institution's course management, library management, and discovery systems, as well as with third party systems and services, Leganto supports automated cross-system workflows and forms a collaborative, engaging environment for instructors and students. Statistics and insights provided by Leganto analytics help libraries identify trends and plan resource acquisition and subscriptions. With Leganto, libraries can optimally support teaching and learning at their institution.

Curtin University's selection of Ex Libris Leganto stemmed from a desire to enrich students' learning experience, better manage copyright compliance and adherence to license terms, and create a seamless integration between the library and learning systems. By joining the early-adopter program, Curtin University will be able to share its understanding of the complexities involved in providing reading resources to students and thus contribute to the development of a reading-list solution that it is a good fit for Curtin and the region.

"We are excited to be joining the early-adopter program," commented University Librarian Catherine Clark. "We look forward to providing Curtin students with an improved learning experience through the implementation of Leganto, a leading-edge reading-list solution that will be closely integrated with the current library and learning systems."

Shlomi Kringel, corporate vice president for discovery and delivery solutions at Ex Libris, remarked: "We are happy to welcome Curtin University to the Leganto early-adopter program. Together, we aim to increase instructors' and students' engagement in the learning process and maximize the contribution of reading lists to that process, with the library playing a major role in facilitating the selection and delivery of quality, copyright-cleared materials."

About Curtin University

Curtin University is an internationally respected research and teaching institution based in Perth, with campuses in Sydney, Malaysia, and Singapore. Established in 1966 as the Western Australian Institute of Technology (WAIT), the institution gained university status and was renamed Curtin University of Technology in 1987. Home to nearly 47,000 students and graduate students, the University offers a wide range of programs in business, the humanities, health sciences, resources, engineering, and science.

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About Ex Libris

Ex Libris is a leading global provider of cloud-based solutions for higher education. Offering SaaS solutions for the management and discovery of the full spectrum of library materials, as well as mobile campus solutions for driving student engagement and success, Ex Libris serves over 5,600 customers in 90 countries. Ex Libris solutions are deployed at 43 of the top 50 universities worldwide and more than 40 national libraries.

With the Ex Libris Alma resource management service and the Ex Libris Primo discovery and delivery solution, libraries lower operational costs, increase efficiency, and add value to their institution through diverse new services and collaboration with other libraries and organizations. The Ex Libris campusM mobile platform enables universities to deliver a unified digital experience, promoting student engagement while providing mobile access to campus-wide information and services.

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Publication Year:2015
Type of Material:Press Release
Language English
Issue:August 31, 2015
Publisher:Ex Libris
Company: Ex Libris
Products: Leganto
Libraries: Curtin University
Subject: System announcements -- selection
Record Number:20952
Last Update:2024-05-17 03:11:26
Date Created:2015-08-31 04:59:35