BI Norwegian Business School have renewed their Talis Aspire subscription for three more years. They will also partner with Talis to localise the copyright-cleared content management capability of Talis Aspire for Norway.
BI Norwegian Business School were the first institution in Norway to adopt Talis Aspire. Within three years of introducing online reading lists, they have achieved 100% adoption across all taught modules. They will now partner with Talis to adapt the copyright-cleared content management capability in Talis Aspire for Norway. The goal is to deliver the ability for Norwegian universities to manage and deliver their copyright-cleared content using the Norwegian copyright rules and reporting through the Bolk service provided by Kopinor.
“Our online reading lists service using Talis Aspire has been a great success. We have received a lot of positive feedback from academics and students, while streamlining our acquisition process and optimising our collections budget. We are excited to be working with Talis to adapt the copyright-cleared content management capability for Norway. Seeing the benefits universities in UK, Australia and New Zealand have already achieved through their digitised-content service delivered using Talis Aspire, we look forward to further enhancing our student experience.” Dagmar Langeggen, Library Director from BI Norwegian Business School.
“We are pleased to see the success BI Norwegian Business School have achieved with Talis Aspire to deliver their online reading lists service. We are excited to be partnering with them adapt the copyright-cleared content capability in Talis Aspire to work with Norwegian copyright rules and reporting requirements. We will continue working closely with other universities in Norway and are committed to developing Talis Aspire to meet the needs of users in Norway” said David Errington, CEO of Talis.
BI Norwegian Business School is the largest business school in Norway and the second largest in all of Europe. There are four campuses, with its main campus located in Oslo. BI has received many impressive accolades from the education and business world, recently having been ranked by the Financial Times as one of the world’s best Executive Education providers for 2017. To find out more about BI Norwegian Business school, visit https://www.bi.edu.