Software

 

Currently, the implementation of the NALIS Project is based on the following software products:

 

Primo – for the discovery and delivery of bibliographical information (developed by Ex Libris a ProQuest Company)

  • Offers a single interface for finding the availability of books, periodicals, digital objects, and so on, both in local and in remote libraries.
  • Provides users with sophisticated search features and faceted navigation that facilitates them in finding the most relevant information (semantic web).
  • Grants access – depending on the subscription policy – to electronic sources, full-text articles and information on library items (barcode, call number, availability), and allows for order through interlibrary loan.
  • Can be personalized and allows the storage of previous searches, the receiving of emails about new information resources on a given topic, and exchange of information that is already available.
  • Can be used wherever there is internet access.

 

NALIS Repository - for the management of digital collections (developed by NALIS Foundation)

  • Enables the management, access and long-term preservation of the digital content.
  • Provides facilitated search in a customisable and user friendly interface.
  • Based on the open source software DSpace.
  • The NALIS Foundation provides it free of charge here under the Creative Commons "No Rights Reserved" license" (CC0) (https://creativecommons.org/about/cc0/).

 

Other Ex Libris software products, used previously:

ALEPH (2010 - May 2016)
SFX (2010 - May 2016)
MetaLib (2010 - May 2016)
DigiTool (2010 - May 2016)
Rosetta (2014 - May 2016)