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August 6, 2020

Preservica University of Nottingham partners with Preservica to promote open discovery of unique digital collections. Preservica, the market leader in cloud-hosted active digital preservation, has been selected by the University of Nottingham Libraries to safeguard and aid the open discovery of its unique and diverse range of academic, business and cultural digital collections. [Full Announcement].

May 27, 2020

Yewno University of Nottingham adopts Yewno Discover to optimize research efficiency. Yewno announced that The University of Nottingham, one of the world’s top research universities, will be implementing their AI-driven Yewno Discover platform. As a web-based system, Yewno Discover is an ideal tool for distance learning and will form part of the University’s online discovery tools. [Full Announcement].

August 8, 2012

Talis University of Nottingham selects Talis Aspire to provide reading-lists to a global community of students. Talis Education Ltd announced that the University of Nottingham has selected Talis as its reading-list technology partner. [Full Announcement].

November 30, 2010

Ex Libris Three UK Institutions Select Primo and Primo Central Index from Ex Libris. Ex Libris announced that three prominent academic institutions in the UK have chosen the Primo discovery and delivery solution and the Primo Central Index of scholarly e-content to provide users with a unified search interface for their libraries’ vast collections and electronic resources. The newest members of the UK Primo community are Imperial College London, the University of Nottingham, and Loughborough University. [Full Announcement].

July 05, 2006

Ex Libris University of Nottingham to use Verde by Ex Libris. The University of Nottingham has chosen the Ex Libris Verde e-resource management solution. [Full Announcement].

July 25 1999

Ex Libris ALEPH for Nottingham in Jubilee Year: Top UK university chooses ALEPH 500 Library Management System. Ex Libris announced that the University of Nottingham has signed a contract for the installation of the latest version of ALEPH 500. [Full Announcement].