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October 12, 2017

Association of Research Libraries Simon Fraser University Becomes 124th Member of ARL. The membership of the Association of Research Libraries has voted to invite Simon Fraser University Library to join as the 124th member, effective January 1, 2018. Gwen Bird, university librarian and dean of libraries, accepted the invitation. [Full Announcement].

September 19, 2016

Ex Libris Simon Fraser University selects Ex Libris Alma and Primo. Ex Libris announced that Simon Fraser University, located in British Columbia, Canada, has chosen the Ex Libris Alma library management service and Primo discovery and delivery platform. These solutions will replace SFU’s Millennium system from Innovative, which has been in place for over 20 years, and will enable the library to introduce more efficient workflows. [Full Announcement].

February 4, 2011

LibLime Koha Chosen by the Rotunda Libraries as their New ILS. The Rotunda Libraries at Simon Fraser University have contracted with LibLime to implement Koha as their next generation, open source, Integrated Library System. The Rotunda Libraries will include collections from three different organizations: Out on Campus, Simon Fraser Public Interest Research Group (SFPIRG), and the Women's Centre. They have selected Koha to help them manage these collections, and they have selected LibLime to provide implementation, support and hosting services. [Full Announcement].

May 23, 2006

Relais International University libraries in BC select Relais products. The University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, the University of Victoria and the University of Northern British Columbia have selected Relais Enterprise and Relais ILL as the products to automate their ILL and Document Delivery operations. [Full Announcement].

July 31, 1995

Innovative Interfaces, Inc. Innovative Interfaces announces World Wide Web server. Innovative Interfaces, Inc. now offers a World Wide Web server software that integrates with INNOPAC. Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, B.C. has become the first INNOPAC library to install the new server software. The INNOPAC Web server software will also be installed at the 3.9 million volume University of Missouri Library. [Full Announcement].