Welcome to the January Developer Community Newsletter.
We spoke to an academic and a student from the University of Birmingham’s Shakespeare Institute to find out how Talis Aspire has improved their teaching and learning experience.
(Artwork by Zena Amos, Support Consultant, Talis) Welcome to the December edition of the Talis Product and Services Update. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the Talis team!
In our last post we looked at some numbers that showed how Talis Aspire has scaled to meet the demand of our growing users from customers around the world. Let’s take a look at a few numbers that tell a story that is very close to our hearts.
Merry Christmas and welcome to the December Developer Community Newsletter.
In a previous post we looked at some numbers that reflected on how we are delivering robust enterprise solutions to academic libraries in Talis Aspire. In this post, we will examine through numbers the scale Talis Aspire has achieved today.
This week our Reading List of the Week is from Royal Holloway, University of London.
Our Talis Aspire Days are a great opportunity for those who are interested in hearing more about our products to hear from library teams at customer institutions, from new customers in the implementation stage to those who have been using Talis Aspire for a while.
This week’s Reading List of the Week is from Goldsmiths, University of London. The Political-Economic Governance of the European Union list is for module PO71034A taught in the Politics and International Relations department. It is a well-structured, detailed list which includes a complete unit outline.