Rebecca Carruthers, Services Consultant at Talis, delivered a presentation on ‘The experience of a Reading List’ at Talis Insight Asia-Pacific 2016.
Rebecca’s presentation built upon Dr. Linda Corrin’s premise that you need more than analytics to assess success and make improvements. During her talk Rebecca used quotes from library staff at various universities to explain how reading lists and the delivery of training sessions had greatly improved their experience and made their tasks easier, and they were able to prove this with written and anecdotal feedback. A main focus for universities is the student experience, and through this kind of feedback Talis can see how Reading Lists has assisted them in delivering some of these strategies. You can read these quotes and comments and see her full presentation here.
You can watch Rebecca’s talk below:
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What do you think is the most useful feature of reading lists? Do you agree with any of the quotes?
At Talis Insight Asia-Pacific 2016 we also held a discussion panel with some of our keynote speakers and an open discussion with all attendees. You can see all of the content from Talis Insight Asia-Pacific 2016 here.