London Business School have selected Talis Aspire to manage and deliver their online reading lists and copyright-cleared content services.
Talis Aspire will be integrated with the SirsiDynix Symphony library system and Canvas Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and will be delivered to students utilising Learning Technologies Interoperability (LTI) directly from their Canvas VLE in order to improve student experience through seamless access to resource lists. London Business School join us as our 75th UK customer.
“Talis Aspire is an excellent fit with the School’s evolving digital learning strategy. As a functionally-rich system and with seamless integration with Canvas, Talis Aspire will offer students easy access via personalised reading lists, to a wide range of high quality business resources. We are delighted to be working with a forward-looking company that helps us put both valuable online resources and student learning at the heart of our world-class teaching programmes.” Paul Banks, Head of Library Planning at London Business School.
London Business School teaches 2,000 degree students from over 100 countries each year. They are a global institution with 90% of their Master’s degree students coming from outside the UK, their Executive Education participants come from more than 130 countries. The London Business School Masters in Management programme has been ranked top Masters in Management programme in UK and number six globally by the Financial Times in 2016. Find out more here: https://www.london.edu
“We are pleased to welcome one of Europe’s most prestigious business schools to the Talis Aspire Community. We will be working closely with them over the next few months during the implementation phase and we look forward to being a part of their future success.” David Errington, CEO of Talis
Talis help universities in eight countries, including over 60% of all UK universities, to manage and deliver learning resources online. Talis services integrate with all major ILS and LMS solutions together with a range of authentication services, reproduction rights organisations (RRO), bookstores and providers. The cloud based SaaS system hosts nearly 500,000 reading lists, with over 20 million references, serving in excess of 176 million views of reading lists by students each year.