The product and service team are always working hard to consistently provide the best service we can to our customers and users. Find out about some of our latest Talis Developments.
The latest support articles that may be of interest:
Here’s what’s new in bookmarking:
Talis now supports bookmarking from over 200 different sources, this month we have added the following Bookmark recognisers:
- American Society for Microbiology
- Bridgeman Education
- Unbound medicine
You can see the full list of bookmarks that Talis supports please take a look at the following article, where can I bookmark from?If there is a site that you use that you would like Talis to effectively bookmark from, then please raise a support ticket.
EBSCO bookmarking with COinS
Recently Talis worked with EBSCO to further improve the bookmarking experience within their products including EDS. Find out more in our article.
Talis Insight Europe 2016
We have just announced some great new speakers for Talis Insight Europe 2016, to be held in Birmingham on 20th – 21st April. Liz Jolly, Chair of SCONUL, joins us on day two to talk about the impact of TEF on Libraries in UK Higher Education. We also have a really exciting eTextbooks panel discussion shaping up for Day One. Once again the conference will feature a range of contributions from the Talis Aspire User Group as well. For the up to date agenda and to book your place, visit the website.
Talis Insight Asia-Pacific 2016
Talis Insight Asia-Pacific 2016was an exciting 2-day event that featured a stunning lineup of presenters; check out our blog postfor a recap of the day, or go straight to the presentations and recordings if you would like to learn more about any of the presentations or presenters, then do let us know, please raise a support ticket.
Thank you to those of you have responded to our Future Learn survey for those that haven’t you are not too late. We are in the age of online courses being offered to all that would like to learn new skills, gain more knowledge and progress personally. We are interested in knowing whether you are being asked to create reading lists for these courses or if your academics are using them as bookmarks to lead students to learn more. We have three questions we would like to ask you in this short survey.
Improving Acquisition Efficiency
We now have 42 customers using the new beta reviews 2.0. Using Reviews 2.0 will enable you to improve your acquisition efficiency, if you are interested in learning more we have also created a series of articles relating to acquisitions and review processes and set up that you may want to explore: Acquisitions and reviews overview
If you are interested in joining us in being a beta university, raise a support ticket.
Join our developer community to find out more about APIs, and some of the technical nitty gritty that goes into successfully integrating Talis Aspire with university systems. If you would like to register to receive our developer community newsletter, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please do remember to tell us if your University plans to make changes to any of the systems Talis integrates with, such as Library Management Systems, OPAC, Identity Providers. A change to these without speaking to us first, may cause issues with the use of the Talis Aspire Reading Lists and Talis Aspire Digitised Content. Giving Talis notice of these changes means we can discuss the process and options, and schedule effort as required, with the focus of removing impact to your student, academic, or library colleague users.
Things to think about
If you would like to organise a review with the Talis team, focusing on getting the most from Talis ensuring it is working as effectively as possible for your University. Please email Alison Spencer (email@example.com) to organise a time that works for you and your team to have a call.
To keep up to date with the latest work that Talis are doing do check out our blog.
The Services Team