Aleph ILS Support

Ex Libris Aleph Integrated Library System hosting and support for the MnPALS Consortium

Islandora Digital Repository

Manage, preserve, and showcase your digital collections with Islandora

PALSconnect ERM

Centralize management of your electronic information resources

PALSconnect LINKER

Bridge the gap between discovery and delivery of full-text resources

PALSdiscover

Put your library back at the center of search and information discovery

Upgrade to MnPALS Plus and PALSdiscover: Completed June 14

On Sunday, June 14, the PALS staff upgraded the software underneath the MnPALS Plus and PALSdiscover websites. We upgraded the underlying software from Vufind 1.3 to Vufind 2.3.

PALS Staff member Kyle Snay Wins ORACLE Award

Kyle Snay Wins ORACLE AwardKyle Snay Wins ORACLE Award

Saying Goodbye to Trudy Bement!

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The PALS Office is saying goodbye to one of our own. Trudy Bement has been with the PALS Office since 1988.

Islandora: Upcoming Developments for Archives and Special Collections

In a recent webinar, "Mind the Gap: Bridging Digital Libraries and Archives", Discovery Garden highlighted some upcoming Solution Packs and modules that provide enhanced tools for Archives and Spec

Key Dates for Aleph v22 Upgrade

Time is swiftly moving toward the Aleph Version 22 upgrade on April 11 and 12th!

If you have not tried out Aleph version 22 on the development server yet, it is IMPORTANT that you do! You have just over one more week left to try it.  We are hoping to prevent surprises on the 12th by testing as thoroughly as possible before we go live.

Upcoming Combined Workdays

Registration is open for the Consortium of MnPALS Libraries Spring Workdays on Thursday, April 9 and Friday, April 10, 2015 at 7700 France Avenue South in Edina.

PALS

Minnesota State University, Mankato
3022 Memorial Library
Mankato, MN 56001
Phone: 507.389.2000
Toll Free: 1.877.466.5465
Fax: 507.389.5488

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