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September 2, 2008

Ex Libris Ex Libris Australia announces several new Primo sales. Ex Libris Australia announced that four additional institutions in Australia have recently selected the Company’s Primo discovery and delivery solution. Joining other Australian customers of Ex Libris products and the rapidly expanding international Primo community are the State Library of Victoria, the University of New South Wales, Curtin University of Technology, and the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies. [Full Announcement].

June 11, 2007

Relais International Australian libraries select Relais ILL. Relais International announced that two more Australian libraries have selected Relais ILL as their ILL management system. The University of New South Wales, Australian Defense Force Academy (Canberra) and Flinders University (Adelaide) have selected Relais ILL. [Full Announcement].

November 29, 2005

VTLS, Inc.. VTLS Announces VITAL 2.0 Implementations. VTLS announced the availability and delivery of VITAL 2.0. VITAL is used by institutional repositories to manage their digital collections. The Australian Research Repositories Online to the World Project, led by Monash University has just completed the acceptance testing of VITAL 2.0. This acceptance of VITAL 2.0 paves the way for the software to be installed at Monash University, University of New South Wales, National Library of Australia and Swinburne University. These installations are in progress. Other Australian universities are negotiating to acquire and install the software early in 2006. [Full Announcement].

February 4, 2002

Ex Libris The University of New South Wales to implement full range of Ex Libris software. The University of New South Wales Library announced its selection of the full range of Ex Libris software to meet its requirements for a new integrated Web-based information system. The ALEPH 500 library management system and the Metalib portal and SFX reference-linking software will be implemented before the end of 2002 with additional products, including the DigiTool digital asset management system, to be phased in during the following year. [Full Announcement].