Posts categorised: Student and Academic voice

Earlier this month, we co-hosted a Talis Aspire Day with Aston University with a focus on the topic of migration and integration. As one of our newest customers, the library team at Aston University were able to share their recent experiences of migrating from Rebus:list to Talis Aspire. We were also joined by academics at Aston University and by another newer customer, Edge Hill University who have also successfully made the switch from Rebus:list to Talis Aspire. You can see
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In November, we hosted two events to discuss the topic of academic engagement for recently joined customers and for institutions who are not yet using Talis. These events were kindly co-hosted by Northumbria University and UCL (University College London). We wanted to find out more about how our universities have successfully tackled the challenge of academic adoption and provide some more information on how Talis supports this.

We asked students from Nottingham Trent University and the University of Nottingham what they thought of Talis Aspire Reading Lists. We discussed how they use the lists as part of their studies and how they are introduced to them by the academic, they also told us what they like most about the lists and how they like their lists to be structured and used by the academic.