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Harvard Library adds Primo to its library tools

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The Harvard Library will offer the Ex Libris Primo discovery and delivery system as a single search interface for Harvard University’s local and electronic collections. The library is adding Primo to a suite of Ex Libris solutions consisting of the Aleph integrated library system, Primo Central Index of scholarly resources, SFX OpenURL link resolver, MetaLib gateway and metasearch solution, and bX article recommender.

'The Harvard Library is taking a significant step forward in making its collections even more accessible to Harvard’s scholars. Implementing this platform will provide Harvard’s faculty and students another powerful tool to support their research,' said Sarah Thomas, vice president for the Harvard Library and Roy E. Larsen Librarian of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.