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19 Oct 2017
Norwegian Library Systems Consortium BIBSYS Selects Ex Libris Leganto for National Reading List Framework
Nine academic institutions will be the first in Norway to implement Leganto for improved support of teaching and learning

Ex Libris, a ProQuest company, is pleased to announce the BIBSYS—the agency of the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research has chosen the Leganto reading list solution.


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