At Talis Insight Europe 2017, there were two networking sessions on sharing the collective creative expertise of the user community in getting the most out of Talis, hosted by Clair Sharpe and Carole Rhodes from the University of Liverpool.


Clair and Carole have written about their session below:

The following headings were posted on flip chart paper and attendees were invited to write their tips on post-it notes and add to the relevant heading:

Promoting lists to students

Getting academics on board

Training materials

Getting Library colleagues on board

Using a list in an unexpected way

Anything else?
 

There followed creative outpourings of the ways in which different intuitions addressed these areas.  Many thanks to everyone who contributed and we hope that some tips may find themselves being repurposed elsewhere!

Clair and Carole have compiled notes on each of the topics discussed during the session. To see what was discussed, click here!

 

Thanks to Clair and Carole for running an interesting and engaging session! To see more from Talis Insight Europe 2017, go to talis.com/insight