Meeting the Author Matching Challenge with Machine Learning

Smart Harvesting brings artificial intelligence and sophisticated automation to the process of creating comprehensive research repositories and updating researcher profiles, which saves time and reduces manual work. This technology makes it possible for institutions to showcase the work of affiliated researchers completely and accurately, in one place and across all disciplines. Matching research output to […] The post Meeting the Author Matching Challenge with Machine Learning appeared first on Ex Libris. Source: buki rss

Reaching All Students: What the Pandemic Taught us about How to Communicate

Matthew Sherlock, Director of Product Strategy, Ex Libris, campusM In this blog post, I want to reflect on the last 14 months and the impact it has had on how we engage and communicate with our students, colleagues, and partners. I think we can all agree that the last 14 months have been unique in […] The post Reaching All Students: What the Pandemic Taught us about How to Communicate appeared first on Ex Libris. […]

Enhancing Digital Access to Course and Library Materials

How the California State University San Marcos Library connects students and faculty with necessary resources, quickly and efficiently What tools are available today to facilitate connections between libraries, faculty, and students and provide fast and easy remote access to resources? This question was addressed in a recent ACRL Choice webinar sponsored by ProQuest and Ex […] The post Enhancing Digital Access to Course and Library Materials appeared first on Ex Libris. Source: buki rss

Benchmarking Your Library on a Global Scale

Yoel Kortick, Senior Librarian, Ex Libris What if you could instantly see how your library was performing compared to other libraries the world over? Surely, that kind of benchmarking would provide valuable insight into where you should focus improvement efforts and where your library is already topflight. It would be even more informative if the […] The post Benchmarking Your Library on a Global Scale appeared first on Ex Libris. Source: buki rss

5 Tips and Tricks to Engage Your Campus App Users

Matthew Sherlock, Director of Product Strategy, Ex Libris, campusM 1. Add Daily Value for Your Users The best way to get your students to use a mobile campus app is to provide useful features. Integrations like class schedules, email, LMS/VLE, Library can substantially help users manage the complex logistics of being a student. campusM’s constantly […] The post 5 Tips and Tricks to Engage Your Campus App Users appeared first on Ex Libris. Source: […]

7 Tips to Increase your Campus App Downloads

Matthew Sherlock, Director of Product Strategy, Ex Libris, campusM Getting students to download your campus app is a critical, yet sometimes overlooked, part of your mobile app adoption process. For institutions that want to increase app uptake and usage, there are various simple steps you can take to better market your app to your students.  All of the tips and tricks below require minimal effort and, when […] The post 7 Tips to Increase your Campus App Downloads appeared first on Ex Libris. Source: buki rss

Grow Your Research Information Hub with Smart Harvesting AI

Researchers want their work to be acknowledged; and universities want their researchers to be acknowledged. Ensuring it happens is a necessary step to earning peer recognition, securing future funding, and improving the university’s academic ranking. The institution’s research information hub (also known as a research repository) plays a key role in collecting and exposing researchers’ […] The post Grow Your Research Information Hub with Smart Harvesting AI appeared first on Ex Libris. Source: buki […]

5 Ways to Use Your Campus App to Ease the Transition Back to Campus

Hadas Tayeb, Product Marketing Manager, campusM, Ex Libris Do students want to return to campus? The answer is yes, no, and maybe. A recent Student Voice survey conducted by Inside Higher Ed and College Pulse reveals contradicting attitudes towards synchronous learning from students that are already back on campus in a full- or part-time capacity. […] The post 5 Ways to Use Your Campus App to Ease the Transition Back to Campus appeared first on […]

Trends in Physical and Electronic Resource Usage in U.S. Academic Libraries

This article originally appeared in journal Technicalities, Vol. 41 Num. 2 March / April 2021. Yoel Kortick, Senior Librarian, Ex Libris Over the past few decades libraries have moved from collections of books and other print media to complex collections of print and electronic resources. By looking at historical trends it is possible to conjecture […] The post Trends in Physical and Electronic Resource Usage in U.S. Academic Libraries appeared first on Ex Libris. […]

It’s All About Data Transparency: An Introduction to Ex Libris’ New Status Page

Roni Shandalov, Corporate and Digital Marketing Manager, Ex Libris Back in 2014, Ex Libris decided to release and promote a status page, to provide customers with service availability and performance insights for all Ex Libris SaaS products. The status page has always been a public page, which means it was open for both registered customers […] The post It’s All About Data Transparency: An Introduction to Ex Libris’ New Status Page appeared first on Ex […]