The RAU held a special Prize Winners’ evening last week (26 October 2017) to celebrate outstanding student success.
RAU selects Talis Aspire to improve accessibility to resources
The Royal Agricultural University (RAU) has selected Talis Aspire to manage and deliver its online reading lists service.
The University aims to enhance the student experience with improved access to resources. The Talis Aspire online reading lists service provides a direct link to resources, to ensure a seamless experience for students. Talis Aspire will be integrated with the RAU’s Library Management System, Heritage from ISOxford.
Peter Brooks, Head of Library Services at the RAU, said: “The Royal Agricultural University is keen to have a more technical and bespoke solution to managing the complexities of reading and resource lists. Having attended the Talis Insights Conference and sought the opinions of existing customers, we are delighted to report that we will be working with Talis Aspire to improve student access to resources. We know that our reading and resource lists have the potential to be much more engaging and dynamic, and we are now looking forward to offering the benefits to our students, as well as to our academics and librarians.”
David Errington, CEO of Talis, said: “We are delighted to welcome the Royal Agricultural University, joining us as our 80th customers in Europe and 94th worldwide. Their commitment to the student community has been recognised in the recent The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide league table, and we are looking forward to supporting their continued success in this area.”