Product Update Summary
We would like to update you on the progress of some of our key product development themes; click hereto remind yourself of the Talis development focus.
Talis Insight Europe 2017
Great to see so many of you at Talis Insight Europe 2017, and for those that couldn’t make it, no need to miss out on the content. Please find all content here.
What does the future have in store for Talis and our products? All you need to know from David Errington, CEO and Keji Adedeji, Product Manager, in our Talis Keynote.
Want to know more about our UX design and devotion to accessibility and how we have used that to influence exciting changes in our new list view, not one but two great presentations from Jeremy Baines, Head of UX, Talis:
- Enhancing academic engagement & student experience with Talis Aspire
- Improving mobile and accessibility experiences
A few words from Zena Amos and Emma Dodd, Support Consultants, Talis on how Talis Services are supporting customer success
As always, what you share with each other adds so much value to the two days, resources to turn to time and time again. Check out Talis Aspire User Group Submissions for inspiratio
Making changes at your university?
Please do remember to tell us if you plan to make changes to any of the systems we integrate with, such as Library Management Systems, OPAC, Discovery systems, Link Resolvers or 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 us notice of these changes means we can discuss the process and options, schedule consultancy or support if required so there is no impact to your student, academic, or library colleague users.
Releases of interest
Stay up to date with our releases by regularly visiting our Product Update page where you can view all release information including all improvements or fixes released in Talis Aspire. This site is available from the top navigation bar on the Talis Support site. Releases that you may be particularly interested in are:
- Dates when invitations within the system are being selected now show the correct dates rather than dates in the future.
- If you are a user of Talis Aspire Digitised Content and use the Copyright Agency (CAL) as your copyright licence agency you will be pleased to know that the CAL report now includes withdrawn items.
- ISSNs are now not causing “invalid” requests.
Our Community Contributions continue to grow. If you have something you wish to share with others, from a time saving top-tips to making the most of Google Analytics, then please let us know by raising a support ticket.
Newly added this month:
Support articles of interest
Talis Aspire Reading Lists now supports bookmarking from over 260 different sources. You can see the full list of bookmarks that Talis supports in the following article, where can I bookmark from?
If you bookmark from a site and would like to see improvements, please raise a support ticket.
May’s developer community newsletter reflecting on the technical tracks of Talis Insight and summer infrastructure changes. Don’t miss out on next month’s newsletter. To register to join our developer community, please email email@example.com.
Rollover – best practice and what’s new!
Rolling over your Talis Aspire Reading Lists and Talis Aspire Digitised Content is fairly straight forward, however, there are some guidelines that you must follow in order to be successful. This webinar will provide you with useful tips and the chance to ask any questions you may have or share your past experience with others. We ran the first one of these yesterday, and will be providing an up-to-date recording, but don’t miss the re-run for the opportunity to ask questions.
Here is a link to the recording from the 24th May 2017
Things to think about
Would you like to organise a review with the Talis team? This would be focusing on getting the most from Talis Aspire and ensuring Talis Aspire is working as efficiently as possible for your University. Please email Alison Spencer (firstname.lastname@example.org) 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.