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ANZREG Seminar 2016

Date: Friday 12 February 2016
Venue: Monash University Law Chambers
Purpose: ANZREG community

Related events:
ANZREG Developers' Day
ANZREG Alma Best Practice Day
Ex Libris Technical Seminars

Presentations Available


ANZREG Developers' Day 2016

Date: Thursday 11 February 2016
Venue: Monash University Law Chambers
Purpose: ANZREG community

Related events:
ANZREG Developers' Day
ANZREG Alma Best Practice Day
Ex Libris Technical Seminars

Programme


Ex Libris Technical Seminars 2016

Alma Training
Date: Tuesday 9 February - Wednesday 10 February 2016
Venue: Swinburne University Campus Library

2 days Alma training delivered by Connie Braun
Covering Work Orders, e-Resource management, USTAT, Fulfillment Configuration and Advanced Analytics


Primo Training
Date: Wednesday 10 February 2016
Venue: Swinburne University Campus Library

1 day Primo training
Covering Primo indexing, normalization, searching behaviour and PCI

Related events:
ANZREG Developers' Day
ANZREG Alma Best Practice Day
Ex Libris Technical Seminars

Programme


ANZREG Alma Best Practice Day 2016

Date: Thursday 11 February 2016
Venue: Monash University Law Chambers
Purpose: For Institutions that have been working with Alma for more that 12 months

Related events:
ANZREG Developers' Day
ANZREG Alma Best Practice Day
Ex Libris Technical Seminars

Presentations Available


2015 ANZREG Webinar Series

Session 2: IGeLU and Developers Day Feedback (Wednesday, 14 October 2015)
We will have presenters each presenting for 5 – 10 minutes on their experiences at IGeLU 2015 and Developers' Day:

Ben Dalwood (UniSA) will present on Developer Day reflections
Mike Scaaf (University of Otago) will present the increasing focus on APIs, the cool stuff others are doing and some uses/ideas for Otago 
Fiona Burton, Annette Schryver and Laszlo Gercsov (Macquarie University) will present on the highlights of the IGeLU Conference including impressions from some Ex Libris and customer presentations

Recording and presentations available

Session 1: Eluna Feedback (3 June 2015)
We will have three presenters each presenting for 5 – 10 minutes on their experiences at ELUNA 2015 and the Ex Libris Technical Seminar 2015.

Megan Lee (Monash), will speak about implementing new information learned at the Technical Seminar as well as some thoughts about Ex Libris’s strategic direction for Alma and Primo
Joanne Rowan (Auckland), will present Alma highlights from PWG licencing report, Ex Libris session on Community Zone, serials predictive check-in, and macro products used by University of Washington.
Sue Harmer (UNSW), will present general impressions of the conference and Technical Seminar, how sites are leveraging APIs, usability testing and performance monitoring

Recording and presentations available


2015 ANZREG Seminar - UNSW - 6 February

The presentations from the 2015 ANZREG Seminar are now available
The login and password are available from each institution's primary contact, or from an ANZREG Committee member

Presentations available


2015 Ex Libris Technical Seminars - UNSW - 3 - 5 February

In conjuction with the ANZREG Seminar, Ex Libris is once again holding a number of techncial seminars in Sydney
  • Alma Technical Seminar - Stream 1 (Introduction) : Tuesday 3 February - Wednesday 4 February
  • Alma Technical Seminar - Stream 2 (In depth) : Tuesday 3 February - Wednesday 4 February
  • Primo Technical Seminar : Thursday 5 February
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    2014 ANZREG Webinar Series

    We will have three presenters each presenting for 5 – 10 minutes on their experiences at ELUNA 2014 and the Ex Libris Technical Seminar 2014.

    Melissa Parent (RMIT), will speak to the Alma sessions and will also provide some ‘Big Picture’ feedback from the Ex Libris presentation on Customer Support
    Rachelle Williams (Monash), will present a top 5 highlights document which will includes information about the meeting with ORBIS Cascade Consortia and speaking about the Ex Libris Developer Network
    Bill Constantine (UNSW), will present Primo 4.7 enhancements; Betsy Friesen’s presentation, Raising Alma; and also speak to the Ex Libris ‘Big Picture’ seminar.

    Wednesday 28 May 2014
    10:00 West coast Australian time
    11:30 Central Australian time
    12:00 East Coast Australian time
    14:00 New Zealand time

    Recording Available


    2014 ANZREG Seminar - State Library of Victoria - 7 February

    The presentations from the 2014 ANZREG Seminar are now available
    The login and password are available from each institution's primary contact, or from an ANZREG Committee member

    Presentations Available


    ANZREG Webinar Series : Alma Implementation

    The ANZREG committee is organising a series of webinars around the theme of Alma Implementations.

    Webinar Two: Workflows: creating the happy path to an Alma mindset
    Date: Wednesday 23 October 0900 AWST, 1030 ACST, 1100 AEST, 1130 ACDT, 1200 AEDT, 1400 NZDT

    This presentation will describe and discuss the benefits of a training program that was given to UNSW Library staff to help their thinking in the lead up to UNSW data migration to Alma.  The training program was run to skill staff in modelling their business processes. 

    Objectives for the Modelling business processes using workflow diagrams workshop included:
    -              Identifying the components of a process
    -              Understanding the purpose of a business process
    -              Representing and modelling a business process using a workflow diagram

    We are using the SABA conference facility provided by State Library of Queensland which has 20 ‘seats’ available so we are recommending that people join the session from a shared pc rather than multiple connections from one institution if possible.

    Recording Available

    Webinar One: Alma At Swinburne University of Technology
    Held: Wednesday 18 September 0900 AWST, 1030 ACST, 1100 AEST, 1130 ACDT, 1200 AEDT, 1400 NZST

    Swinburne University of Technology went live with Alma in April 2013 and was the first library to implement Alma in Asia Pacific. Tony Davies, Manager of Information Support Services, will talk about Swinburne’s decision to choose Alma, lessons learned from the migration and implementation process, and experiences since going live.

    Recording Available


    Coming Events

    • 2016 Eluna
      3 -6 May 2016
      Oklahoma, USA

    • 2016 IGeLU
      3 - 7 September 2016
      Trondheim, Norway