We are very happy to announce that the 11th IGeLU conference in September 2016 will be hosted by BIBSYS and the University Library of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim, Norway.
BIBSYS is the name of a Norwegian Library Systems Consortium as well as the organization administering the consortium. BIBSYS started out as a project in 1972, with the development of a library system based on a single, joint catalogue for those Academic and research libraries wanting to participate. Today the consortium has more than 100 institutions participating.
In 2012, BIBSYS contracted with ExLibris for Primo as a Discovery and Delivery tool for the Consortium (offered under the name of “Oria”), launched in summer of 2013. The same years we signed a contract for Alma. Alma is scheduled to be launched for the whole consortium by the end of 2015.
BIBSYS as an organization consists of approx 40 people, all of whom are located in Trondheim. In addition to the library system, BIBSYS provides an Open Institutional Archive (Brage) for Norwegian institutions as well as services related to research data management and open courseware.
The conference starts Monday, September 5th and will end Wednesday, September 7th, preceded by the usual Pre-Conference meetings on Saturday, September 3rd and Sunday September 4th.
The conference will be followed by a Post-Conference Developers Day on Thursday September 8th.
Please register using the conference website at: http://igelu2016.bibsys.no/register/
The finalized programme can be found at: IGeLU 2016 Programme
The user presentation will soon be published on this website. Ex Libris presentation usually take a little longer to be published, they will be available on their servers, announcements will be sent through the lists.
The venue of the conference Clarion Hotel & Congress Trondheim, located by the harbour in Central Trondheim and one of Scandinavia’s largest convention hotels with 400 rooms and 18 meeting rooms.
Modern design, exciting dining concepts, a vibrant atmosphere and a view of the fjord.