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Alma Extension
The HJ Alma Booster is a lightweight Chrome extension for boosting productivity in the Alma online library services platform environment. The HJ Alma Booster (Harvard Library Judaica Division Alma Booster Chrome Extension) was created—and is in the process of further…
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Alma Extension
SpineOMatic is a Windows application that works with Ex Libris’ Alma to print spine labels, pocket labels, flag slips and other custom labels to a variety of desktop or networked printers, singly or in batches. Operation is simple–scan or type…
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Alma | Primo Extension
The Library Access browser extension provides quick and simple access to your library’s licensed resources whenever, wherever your patrons are doing research. When your patron comes across a resource your library subscribes to, or an eBook or article you can…
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Alma Extension
LIBstick (Library Sticker) is a SaaS based printing service, fully integrated with Alma and Aleph. LIBstick was developed in 2019 by Technion Library IS (Information System) to answer the need for a simple, quick, editable, template-based service to print labels.…
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Alma Extension
It sometimes happens that libraries need to return large numbers of items in bulk. Scanning each item one-by-one is always an option, but not practical for large numbers of returns. RoboReturns is a Microsoft Windows (32-bit/64-bit) application that takes a…
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Alma Extension
GobiChecker is a program that takes a brief export of Gobi requests and searches Alma for duplicates holdings in both the institution zone (IZ) and the network zone (NZ). It uses the ISBN as an index and uses SRU searching…
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Alma Extension
ASRS Fetcher is a program for making bulk requests in Alma, for libraries using an ASRS machine. ASRS Fetcher takes an excel spreadsheet of barcodes and makes requests on those items, one-by-one. Grab the latest release here: https://github.com/MrJeremyHobbs/ASRS-Fetcher/releases
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Alma Extension
Create and customize a bookmarklet (bookmark with JavaScript code) to drag and drop in browser bookmarks toolbar: click on it when the user loans in the Alma fulfillment Patron services page are displayed to view and print the loan receipt…
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Alma Extension
A way to authenticate and authorise “external” patrons with EZproxy using Alma. Currently it works as advertised for us. However, I would say its ability to handle errors is undeveloped. The script is invoked as an external script by EZproxy.…
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Alma | Primo Extension
Code and instructions for prepopulating a self-hosted interloan form from Alma/Primo. This solution may be suitable for you if you: Want to give users a direct link from a Primo result to a prepopulated ILL form Use Alma but don’t…
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Alma Extension
Whisper into Alma’s ear using APIs to speed up workflows. With grima, you can use small web-based tools to do tasks like: View / Print a MARC record View bibs, holdings, items in a hierarchy Delete a bib and all…
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Alma Extension
This code will facilitate an inventory of items cataloged in the Alma integrated library system. Physical items are handled one at a time and scanned with a barcode scanner The user can press a button to indicate if there is…
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Alma Extension
VuFind is a library resource portal designed and developed for libraries by libraries. The goal of VuFind is to enable your users to search and browse through all of your library’s resources by replacing the traditional OPAC to include: Catalog…
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Alma Extension
Instructors often need to give links as part of course material. Such links should be permanent and work for students both on and off campus. If instructors do not create a permalink, off campus students cannot access the resources from…
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Alma Extension
A PHP solution that enables staff not only to print spine labels on demand, but also to print labels for recently inventoried items automatically on Zebra printers. The print process can either be executed automatically using a Linux cronjob or…
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Alma Extension
A PHP solution for shelf reading, similar to Voyager’s workflow. Scan a batch of books on the shelf Download the list of barcodes Run a report which identifies, missing, misshelved, and various other possible item record issues See this blog…
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Alma Extension
This Python script retrieves all the data from an Alma set directly via API or reads it from a field of a CSV file (which could be obtained from an exported set or even from another source) and then constructs…
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Alma Extension
This script extension for Alma permits transferring loans among patrons, maintaining the same date and time of loans and due dates as much as possible. Using the script: python loantransfer.py user_from_id user_to_id Transfers loans from user_from_id to user_to_id python loantransfer.py…
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Alma Extension
Book-Be-Gone is for withdrawing books in Alma. A user scans the barcode of an item and Book-Be-Gone performs some checks before adding it to a set in Alma. The user then runs the “withdraw items” job on the set to…
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Alma Extension
This extension for Alma adds a “Print Slip” button in the fulfillment Patron services Alma page when loans are made and/or displayed.  Compatible with both the Firefox and Chrome browsers. The extensions source code is available on GitHub. For firefox…
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Alma Extension
Remove entries from the Authority Control Task List report where the “BIB Heading Before” was the same as the “BIB Heading After” except for minor changes to punctuation, spacing, and diacritics. The final report contains only substantive updates. The script…
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Alma Extension
This Alma extension provides the ability view equipment bookings in a graphical calendar format for all scheduled bookings in a similar way to the functionality provided by the Voyager Media Scheduling application. A graphical calendar view of the bookings in…
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Alma Extension
LazyLists allows a user to scan the barcode of an item in hand and add that item to a physical items set in Alma. The user can then run a job on that set, export to a spreadsheet, or any…