One of the things we love to highlight in this blog series is when libraries take advantage of Primo's flexible customization capabilities to engage patrons and enhance the use of their collections.
This time, let’s take a look at how Curtin University in Australia customized Primo to actively promote its book collection, while simultaneously – and cleverly – engaging visitors with the library homepage.
Riding a Dynamic ‘Virtual Bookshelf’ Carousel
Take a look below at the “New Books” carousel widget created by Curtin University, as featured on the right side of their library homepage.
For a closer look, clicking on the heading “New Books” leads to a full-page view of the carousel under the title “Virtual Bookshelf.”
On this interactive page, the carousel can be used by the user to circle through the titles. Alternatively, the carousel view can be exchanged for a virtual bookshelf interface.
With this feature, Curtin Library is able to promote a specific part of its collection, increase usage, and present a more dynamic homepage to its patrons by leveraging Primo.
For more examples of innovation from Primo customers around the world, check out the Primo Innovative Uses booklet!