For those who attended the online event on 4th May 2021 last week, thank you for your participation. We hope you found the sessions useful and we would be grateful if you would complete a
short feedback survey. Recordings and presentations
Zoom recordings and presentation slides (where available) are included below. These may be added to later.
Welcome & AGM business
This session was presented by Alex Forrest (EPUG-UK&I Chair) and Ian Haydock (EPUG UK&I Treasurer).
Ex Libris update
This session was presented by Ofer Mosseri (Ex Libris).
Community Zone update
This session was presented by Galen Jones (The Open University) and Jane Daniels (Cardiff Metropolitan University).
Ex Libris support update
This session was presented by Martin Büscher (Ex Libris).
Questions & Answers with Ex Libris
Questions were answered by Alan Oliver (Ex Libris) and Aine Rice (Ex Libris). Aine also provided a Rialto update.
EPUG UK&I community collaboration
This session was presented by Alex Forrest (EPUG UK&I Chair).
Switching to Primo VE
Tim Graves (University of Sussex) unfortunately was unable to attend the event to deliver his presentation as planned, however a recording of his session will hopefully be made available shortly.
Instead, Alex Forrest and Gordon Andrew shared their experiences Primo VE at The University of Edinburgh.
Resource Sharing & RapidILL updates
The first session was presented by Alan Dawson (Bangor University).
The second session was presented by Amin Hussain and Claire Hordern (The University of Manchester).
This session was presented by Tobe Amadi (The Open University).
Ex Libris Premium Services
This session was presented by Daniel Bortey (Ex Libris).
There’s still time to
register for this event, taking place on Tuesday 4th May at 10:00 – 15:00 (online via Zoom).
Registration will close on Tuesday 27th April.
Joining instructions will be emailed to you once registration closes.
There is still time to submit questions for the
session. To ensure you make the most out of this valuable opportunity please be sure to email over any questions (by Tuesday 27th April) to Questions & Answers with Ex Libris email@example.com, or in the registration form for those who are yet to register.
for the Registration is now open EPUG-UKI AGM to be held online via Zoom on Tuesday 4th May 2021 between 10:00 and 15:00.
Topics covered will include:
EPUG UK&I AGM business General update from Ex Libris on recent and upcoming developments Community Zone update Update on Ex Libris support and new Alma ‘chat’ functionality Questions & Answers with Ex Libris EPUG-UK&I community collaboration Switching to Primo VE Resource Sharing & RapidILL updates Primo accessibility Ex Libris Premium Services
These are subject to change and a full agenda will be available shortly.
Registration is open until one week before the event. The registration form includes an option for submitting a question for the Ex Libris Q&A, alternatively you can email them to
Presentations from this year’s digitally hosted conference and Developers Day are available on the
The content will remain freely available up to and including 8 October 2020 when it will be embargoed for 1 year and will be accessible to IGeLU institutional members only.
We have a webinar each month to discuss Alma and any related topics, looking through the release notes, asking questions, and solving problems. The dates and times for the rest of 2020 are:
Thursday 24 September, 11.00 am – 12.00 pm Tuesday 27 October, 11.00 am – 12.00 pm Thursday 26 November, 2.00 – 3.00 pm (no Webinar in December)
Alma webinars – rolling agenda and notes document to look over the topics discussed in the past and to contribute agenda items for future meetings. Join our Microsoft Teams meeting at the start of each session to take part. If you have any questions about the webinars or ideas about how they could be developed, please email the EPUG-UKI-ALMA list.
After various discussions with EPUG-UKI committee members, speakers due to speak, and BL Hosts, we have decided to
cancel the EPUG-UKI AGM next Monday.
Many Universities are moving to, or have already moved to, essential travel only.
Apologies to those who have made travel plans. We are looking into what sessions we may provide access to online over the next few weeks, if we can. For those due to speak we will be in touch.
We will be looking for conference dates later in the year – all being well we will keep our meeting in October and potentially run an AGM in June if we can.
I will be checking our constitution to make sure any business which we are obliged to cover at AGM can be done online or deferred to October.
Please stay well.
All the best,
Alex (on behalf of the committee)
The agenda is now available for the EPUG-UKI AGM on
Monday 23rd March at the British Library Conference Centre in London.
EPUG-UKI Agenda AGM – 23rd March 2020 (PDF)
Registration is open until 16th March.
Questions & Answers with Ex Libris
If you have any questions for the Q&A please include them when
registering, alternatively email them to firstname.lastname@example.org before registration closes.
for the Registration is now open EPUG-UKI AGM to be held on Monday 23 2020 (one day event). rd March
Venue: We will be in the British Library Conference Centre, London again (thanks to their generous hosting)
The agenda will be available at the start of February 2020.
The October conference will be a two day event and we are also organising a Community Zone day in February (date to be confirmed).
Patche99z CC BY-SA ( https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)
Thanks to everyone attending the conference today at the British Library, especially all the speakers. I am intrigued by the rabbits from Lynn and Roz from Nottingham University.