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Thank you to Judith Keene, University Librarian at the University of Worcester for contributing to this post. The University of Worcester have been working on specific issues with student satisfaction over the last couple of years, having identified gaps in reading lists as a potential reason for a negative student experience. They implemented Talis Aspire and with the hard work of the library teams, have seen their student satisfaction scores increase year on year.

We spoke to Edyta Krol, Academic Support Librarian at the University of West London (UWL) to find out about their journey with Talis Aspire. Although the story begins with challenges, the team’s hard work now means they boast a 98% list coverage across all modules. In this post, we reflect back over the last few years and look forward to the plans for the future.

During one of our routine Services calls with Harper Adams University, Matt Bryan, librarian was explaining about the progress made with academic engagement following a session he ran, inspired by Allie Taylor’s Insight Europe 2017 presentation and the implementation of Talis Aspire’s Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) integration.

You’ve selected Talis Aspire, you’ve signed the paperwork… now what? In this blog post, we explain what the implementation process looks like at Talis, and why we believe the support of the Services and Consulting Teams is vital. You’ll also hear stories from recently joined customers on the highlights of their implementations.

Helen Lynch, Subject Librarian Team Leader from the University of Waikato recently reached out to the Talis Aspire User Group to explain how their university library team support academic engagement through module guides. We wanted to find out more about how the module guides were created and how they are used. 

Following a formal ​tendering ​process, ​the ​Library ​of ​Trinity ​College ​Dublin ​has ​selected Talis ​Aspire ​to ​manage ​and ​deliver ​its ​online ​reading ​lists ​service ​with ​integrated copyright ​management.