Posts by: Natalie Naik

At Talis Insight Europe 2019, we held the Talis Awards 2019. A highly anticipated event for us at Talis, as it’s a great chance to reflect on the brilliant work being done by our Talis Aspire users around the globe. We are really pleased to announce the following winners and runners-up for the Talis Aspire User Group Creativity Award:

The Talis Advisory Board

Having seen so many benefits from working with the Talis Aspire User Group representatives, the team at Talis wanted to look at other ways we could engage further with universities to make the most out of the knowledge and experience within our community. In order to best hear our community’s voice from a strategic angle, we have created a Talis Advisory Board, to work closely with us as we continue to develop our business and product strategy.

This is a guest post from Sarah Field, Liaison Librarian at the University of Kent.   Preparing for our forthcoming presentation at Talis Insight Europe 2019 has given me, and colleague Emma Mires-Richards, an opportunity to reflect on the work we, with others, have been doing in the last year. One aspect that is encouraging for us as academic liaison librarians, with responsibility for collection development and engagement, is the acknowledgement outside of the library that reading lists play a significant role in
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On the 24th and 25th of January, we co-hosted Talis Insight Asia-Pacific 2019 with the Queensland University of Technology at their Gardens Point Campus, Brisbane, Australia. It was a great event, with two days of sessions from Talis users, library leaders in Higher Education, and updates from the Talis team. We saw attendees from across 12 institutions in Australia and New Zealand.

Happy New Year! As we begin 2019, we reflect on what we achieved in 2018. Talis work year round to make continual changes to the product, whether that’s a new version of an area of the system or small incremental changes to features in order to improve your experience. In the post, you’ll see all the changes we’ve made: