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Talis Insight Europe 2016 – Watch all of the sessions from Day One!

Natalie Naik

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Track 1

Bart Rienties – Reader in Learning Analytics, The Open University
The impact of learning design on student behaviour, satisfaction and performance: A cross- institutional comparison across 151 modules

Anna O’Neill – Director of Learning and Information Services
Influencing and leading the Learning and Teaching strategic agenda
Jane Gosling – Head of Library & Digital Support, Plymouth University
Informing & Influencing strategy

Linda Corrin – Lecturer in Higher Education, University of Melbourne
Using analytics to transform the library agenda

Track 2

Erin Sullivan – Senior Lecturer and Tutor for Distance Learning, Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham
Resource Lists: An Academic’s Perspective

Laura Unwin – Services Consultant, Talis
Sian Blake – Digitisation Librarian, University of East Anglia
Rachel Johnson – Digital Resources Librarian, University of South Wales
Wayne Morris – Database Manager, University of South Wales
Pushing the boundaries of your reading lists and digitisation services with Talis Aspire

Track 3

Sara Hafeez – Reading List Co-ordinator & Academic Liaison Librarian, University of Westminster
A Year in with Reading Lists & Digitised Content: What our students are telling us…

Sarah Pittaway – Team Leader: Academic Services, University of Worcester
From data entry to advocacy: recruiting students as Resource List Assistants

Jeremy Baines – Head of UX, Talis
The Talis Design Language

Keji Adedeji – Product Manager, Talis
Exploring eTextbooks with Talis

Track 4

Stephen Vickers – Project Manager, IMS Global
Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) – Why the big deal?

Ann-Marie James, Project Manager, University of Birmingham
LTI in action – Putting Reading Lists at the heart of the student learning experience at the University of Birmingham

Tim Hodson – Technical Consultant, Talis
Getting started with Talis Aspire Reading Lists LTI


You can find all of the slides from our presentations here.

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