February 13, 2019
(Arkivum) Arkivum announce that Princeton University Library has selected Arkivum Perpetua to deliver cloud-based digital preservation and safeguarding services supporting its world-renowned records and collections. The Arkivum Perpetua solution will help Princeton University Library address the challenges of managing the growing amount of born-digital content, all in a variety of file formats and policies. These challenges are coupled with strict security requirements for handling personal data such as student records and complex user access policies dictated by the university information governance policies.
April 25, 2016
(Andrew W. Mellon Foundation) The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded Stanford a $1.5 million grant to support library initiatives that develop and advance the use of linked open data. Stanford Libraries will coordinate a team representing Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Library of Congress and Princeton to upgrade the current infrastructure libraries use to create, store, and share bibliographic data.
June 01, 2005
(Endeavor Information Systems, Inc.) Endeavor Information Systems announced the first general release of Endeavor Meridian, a enterprise-level electronic resource management system.
June 26, 2004
(Endeavor Information Systems, Inc.) Endeavor introduced Endeavor Meridian, a new library software system for the efficient, effective and economic management of all types of electronic resources. Endeavor Meridian provides vital e-resource information to the library’s users while alleviating the headaches of the back-office administration of these materials.
June 23, 2004
(Endeavor Information Systems, Inc.) Endeavor Information Systems today publicly named three academic libraries currently advising the company on the development of an electronic resource management system: Columbia University, University of Pittsburgh, and Princeton University.
June 13, 2002
(epixtech, inc.) This fall, students and faculty at Brown University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, and Princeton University will be able to initiate their own interlibrary loans with expanded access to seven Academic Research library collections. Thanks to epixtech''s Universal Resource Sharing System, these libraries have joined with Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania, and Yale University as part of the Borrow Direct partnership established in 1999. Borrow Direct now consists of seven ARL libraries serving thousands of students, faculty, and staff at these institutions.
January 14, 2000
(Endeavor Information Systems, Inc.) Endeavor Information Systems Inc. announced Princeton University, an ARL member, has chosen the Voyager integrated library information management system to replace their current NOTIS system.
May 3, 1993
(VTLS, Inc.) The Princeton University Libraries, and Princeton's Computing and Information Technology Department are working on a joint project to scan the libraries' public union card catalog, containing 6.5 million 3x5 catalog cards, to create a database of digitized images. The database represents 1.75 million titles acquired and cataloged before 1980, predating Princeton's library automation and online catalog.