December 3, 2013
(Axiell) Axiell Group has been awarded a prestigious contract by the National Library of Israel. Adlib Information Systems, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Axiell, will supply a cloud-based Archive Management System for Israel’s many and diverse cultural treasures which are, at present, at risk of being lost. Now they will be archived for the future in a common IT system, where researchers, students and the general public can access them using Axiell’s system.
January 2, 2013
(Ex Libris) Ex Libris announced that the National Library of Israel has adopted the Rosetta digital preservation solution. As part of the Library’s strategic renewal program, Rosetta will manage and preserve the NLI’s collections of e-books, manuscripts, maps, newspapers, audio recordings, websites, and images. In addition, Rosetta is the main engine driving the large-scale digitization project for manuscripts, rare and out-of-print books, and special collections at the Library.
December 11, 2008
(OCLC) The National Library of Israel and OCLC have completed a pilot project that has resulted in the addition of more than 788,000 new bibliographic records and 1.1 million holdings from the national library to WorldCat, the world’s largest online resource for finding information in libraries.