Data generated while creating and editing resource lists can give universities wider insights about institutional practices and how Talis Aspire is shaped by its users. The new Management Information (MI) Dashboard we have created captures this information in a series of charts and reports to help institutions make strategic decisions about current practice and future planning.

New feature: Report Broken Link

It’s been a tough few months with COVID-19 and all that goes with it. There have been a lot of changes for universities, academics, staff and students, and their families as we all adjust to the new normal (for now). For academics and universities, supporting this shift to completely online study has meant tracking down and sharing online resources (that have been made available legally) as swiftly as possible. The focus is providing access to resources and the need for sharing
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Since the shift to online, we’ve all had to get used to new systems and make the most out of the tools at our disposal. Whether you are new to Talis Aspire, or have been using it for years, we’ve put together a few quick tricks and tips to help you make the most of it whilst working online.

Meet the Talis Services Team

As Talis Aspire and Talis Elevate reaches new geographies and new universities, we want to show you the people behind the product. In this post, we look at the Talis Services Team, our front-line when it comes to supporting users.

COVID-19 has already had a big impact on life as a whole, and this will continue for some time to come. As university staff and students grapple with 100% online teaching and study, publishers and e-resource providers are helping to support their consumers.

Supporting distance learning

Many universities have students who study distance courses. There are a variety of reasons for this including mature students, part-time students who are also working, and geographic factors. In light of the current situation with COVID-19, an increasing number of universities have had to change their approach and move to 100% teaching online. We reached out to the team at the University of Exeter, who are well experienced in this, to ask for their top tips.