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18 Oct 2017
Washington Research Library Consortium Extends Ex Libris Alma and Primo Implementation to Additional Libraries of Member Universities
Law and health science libraries will now benefit from shared discovery and resource management enabled by the collaborative Network Zone

Ex Libris, a ProQuest company, is pleased to announce the the number of libraries participating in the Alma and Primo implementation at the WRLC Consortium, has increased to 16.


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