We had sessions on a range of themes from our customers at Talis Insight Asia-Pacific 2017. We have previously posted about the talks we heard on the implementation process and how the library has managed academic engagement. Below, you can watch talks from Kim Tairi on copyright and Craig Milne on data.
Kim Tairi, University Librarian at the Auckland University of Technology briefly touched on the history and culture of AUT and what this means when it comes to implementing new projects, she also talked us through the stages of their implementation process. The key theme within Kim’s talk was about being a good digital citizen and how libraries can achieve compliance alongside academic staff.
Craig Milne, Manager Scholarly Resource Services at Griffith University also shared his experience of using Talis Aspire with us. He explored how they used reading list data to support and drive resource strategies and why it was important to consider institutional policy when implementing a new product.
Want to find out more about Talis Insight Asia-Pacific 2017? Click here to watch the highlights video or visit talis.com/insightapac