August 18, 2021
Vanderbilt University is now live with Aeon. The Vanderbilt University Special Collections and Archives, and the History of Medicine Collection is now live using Aeon. Located in Nashville, Tennessee, Vanderbilt joins nearly 100 institutions currently using Aeon to manage workflows and requests for their archives and special collections. [Full Announcement].
October 9, 2007
Ex Libris announces five sites go live with the Primo discovery and delivery solution. Ex Libris Group announced that during August and September of 2007, five institutions--Vanderbilt University, the Royal Library of Denmark, the University of Minnesota, the University of Bridgeport, and the University of Iowa--went live with the Ex Libris Primo discovery and delivery solution. Additional Primo sites will be going live throughout the year [Full Announcement].
May 01, 2007
Ex Libris launches the Primo Discovery and Delivery Solution. Ex Libris Group announced that the Company's Primo unified solution for the discovery and delivery of library resources, regardless of format and location, is now in general release. Addressing the expectations of today's library users for quick, easy, and effective searching and retrieval, Primo is the first step toward a new architecture of library information systems. [Full Announcement].
January 17, 2007
Ex Libris announces Primo Charter Members Program. Ex Libris Group announced the formation of the Primo Charter Members Program--providing a leading group of organizations with the opportunity to collaborate on the development of Primo. [Full Announcement].
June 19, 2006
Vanderbilt University and University of Minnesota partner with Ex Libris to deliver Primo-the next-generation, user-centric discovery and delivery. The Ex Libris Group today announced that two prominent institutions, Vanderbilt University and the University of Minnesota, will partner with the company to bring to market its newest product offering, Primo. [Full Announcement].
December 08, 2003
Ex Libris Announces ARL Customers Pass Half-century Mark: Northwestern University 50th, Vanderbilt University 51st ARL customer. Ex Libris announced a significant milestone in the company’s six-year corporate presence in the North American library marketplace: 51 members of the Association of Research Libraries are now customers of one or more of the Ex Libris suite of products: ALEPH 500, MetaLib, SFX, and DigiTool. [Full Announcement].
August 24, 2000
Vanderbilt University. An electronic publishing project designed to enhance the study of the history and culture of the ancient Near East has been awarded a $27,000 planning grant by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.. An electronic publishing project designed to enhance the study of the history and culture of the ancient Near East has been awarded a $27,000 planning grant by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. [Full Announcement].
June 12, 2000
SFX beta testing underway. SFX, the context-sensitive reference linking solution, originating in research work by Herbert Van de Sompel at Ghent University in Belgium, and now owned by Ex Libris, enters a new phase as beta testing gets underway in some key US libraries. SFX Beta Test sites include: Los Alamos National Laboratory; Harvard University Library; California Institute of Technology; Vanderbilt University; and Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. [Full Announcement].
January 4, 2000
New partnership with Vanderbilt University: Follett to operate Vanderbilt University Bookstore. Vanderbilt University entered into a partnership agreement with Follett Higher Education Group effective December 20, 1999 for the operation and management of the Vanderbilt University Bookstore. [Full Announcement].
January 10, 1998
SIRSI Corporation. SIRSI announces general release of WorkFlows. Sirsi Corporation has announced that its new WorkFlows product will be delivered to libraries during Spring 1998. [Full Announcement].
SIRSI Corporation. SIRSI introduces new WorkFlows product. SIRSI Corporation announces a new user interface and work flow manager for its popular Unicorn Library Management System. Called WorkFlows, the new product uses Windows, graphical user interface, and client/server technology to streamline a variety of library operations. This interface has been in development for the last two years, with participation from Stanford University and Carnegie Mellon University. Usability testing was recently conducted at Nashville State Technical Institute and Vanderbilt University, and the Knox County Public Library. [Full Announcement].
April 12, 1996
Vanderbilt University to install UNICORN. Vanderbilt University announces its selection of Unicorn Library Management System from Sirsi Corporation. [Full Announcement].