International User Groups
Ex Libris user groups around the world play an important role in determining the future of the Company's products. Ex Libris fully supports these groups and allocates development resources for specific user-nominated enhancements.
The International Group of Ex Libris Users is an independent, user-initiated organization managed by an elected committee of users. Theo Engelman, of Utrecht University, is the current Chair of the organization.
A three-day IGeLU meeting is held annually. Intensive discussions and presentations focus on all aspects of support, upcoming releases, and future development plans.
New Ex Libris Customers! You are welcome to learn more about IGeLU here.
Ex Libris Users of North America (ELUNA) was founded in the fall of 2005, succeeding the former North American users groups. ELUNA members and Ex Libris staff meet annually to discuss development of Ex Libris products and the Company's strategic roadmap. A steering committee is elected at each meeting to manage the affairs of the organization.
Regional User Groups
Australia New Zealand Regional Ex Libris Group (ANZREG) serves as a forum for sharing information and expertise in the use of all Ex Libris products in the Australia New Zealand region.
- ANZREG strives to promote communication among users of Ex Libris software products at different institutions in New Zealand and Australia
- ANZREG provides feedback locally and internationally to International Group of Ex Libris Users [IGeLU]
- Membership is free to New Zealand or Australian libraries and institutions using one or more Ex Libris products.
Learn more about ANZREG