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Podcast: Selecting an online reading lists and copyright-cleared content system with David Peacock, University of Hertfordshire

Arunn Ramadoss
case study librarians perspective

Recently, I had the pleasure of hosting David Peacock, Knowledge and Technology Manager at University of Hertfordshire.

University of Hertfordshire have recently selecting Talis Aspire to manage and deliver their online reading lists and copyright-cleared content service. They went through a rigorous tender and selection process before choosing a system for their needs. So when David offered to talk about this, I jumped at the opportunity!

You can listen to the podcast below.

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I would like to thank David for taking the time to speak to me on this topic.

Increasingly more institutions we are working with are recognising how managing and delivering course learning resources online is impacting teaching and learning. Talis Aspire already hosts tens of thousands of digitised chapters, delivered seamlessly through the reading lists and learning management systems to students. We have recently announced that Talis Aspire can now support delivery of core textbooks directly into courses for students.

How does reading lists support teaching and learning at your institution? Do share your thoughts in the comments below.

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