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Press Release: University of Warwick selects Talis Aspire

Alison Spencer
press release

Talis has announced that the University of Warwick has become the latest university to select Talis Aspire. It will be integrated with Innovative’s Millenium library management system, the Encore discovery system and a Moodle based learning management system.

Commenting on the decision, Heather Green, Head of Client Services, said:

“A key element of the University strategy is to deliver a high quality and distinctive student experience. Talis Aspire will enhance the learning experience for our students by delivering clear, transparent guidance on the resources students need to use to meet their learning goals – improving the overall student experience. It will also facilitate greater integration between academics and the Library in the creation of reading lists and improve the visibility of core resources.”

The University of Warwick is one of the UK’s leading universities with an acknowledged reputation for excellence in research and teaching, for innovation, and for links with business and industry. Founded in 1965 with an initial intake of 450 undergraduates, Warwick now has in excess of 22,000 students and is ranked comfortably in the top 10 of all UK university league tables. The University joins a network of over 46 other universities in the United Kingdom and Australia to choose Talis Aspire.

More about the University of Warwick at www.warwick

More about Talis

Talis is a privately owned software company whose mission is to apply technology and data to help transform education. Talis Aspire enables academics and librarians to find,  bookmark, manage and track usage of recommended learning resources for students. The aggregated data in the Talis Network consists of over 1.5 million resources (textbooks, ebooks, journals, documents, videos and web pages), recommended by academics from all subject areas, and used by over 1 million students around the world. The data and the connections between users, subjects, courses, and resources represent an Education Graph which enables collective intelligence features that puts the knowledge of the whole network to work for the user, in order to improve both teaching and learning.

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