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Natural History Museum picks Ex Libris Alma and Primo

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London’s Natural History Museum has selected Ex Libris Alma for its resource management services and Ex Libris Primo for unified resource discovery and delivery. These integrated solutions are expected to support the museum’s goal of providing a pioneering digital library of the future.

The Natural History Museum houses a public library that is used by the museum’s own scientists, visiting researchers, and members of the public. It holds a large number of digital resources and has an ongoing digitisation project. The new solution aims to enable staff to manage all resource types through unified processes and workflows. An additional requirement was that users be able to access all of the library’s collections through a single search interface.