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    Talis keynote

    David Errington - CEO, Talis

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    The impact of TEF and proposed sector changes on academic libraries

    Liz Jolly - Director of Library, Teesside University and Chair of SCONUL

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    The less we talk about libraries the better

    Nick Bevan - Pro Vice-Chancellor and Director of Library and Student Support, Middlesex University

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    Engaging academics in digital discourse

    Simon Thomson - Head of Digital Pedagogy, Leeds Beckett University

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    JISC - Helping the UK become the most advanced digital teaching and research nation in the world

    Paul Feldman, CEO and Phil Richards, CIO - JISC

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    It's the end of the world as we know it and I feel fine

    Martin Hamilton - Futurist, JISC

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    eTextbooks Panel

    Chaired by: Caren Milloy - Deputy Director, JISC Collections

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    Talis Aspire product update

    Keji Adedeji - Product Manager, Talis

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    Achieving acquisitions efficiency with Talis Aspire

    Rachel Schulkins - Principal Library Assistant, University of Liverpool
    Mia O'Hara - Acquisitions Services Officer, King's College London
    Laura Unwin - Services Consultant, Talis

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    From sceptic to champion: An academic’s journey with Talis Aspire

    Laura Ritchie - National Teaching Fellow and Teaching Fellow in Music, University of Chichester

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    Resource Lists: An academic's perspective

    Dr Erin Sullivan - Senior Lecturer and Tutor for Distance Learning, Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham

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    Pushing the boundaries of your reading lists and digitisation services with Talis Aspire

    Laura Unwin - Services Consultant, Talis
    Sian Blake - Digitisation Librarian, University of East Anglia
    Rachel Johnson - Digital Resources Librarian and Wayne Morris - Database Manager, University of South Wales

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    Planning to succeed – Reading Lists strategies

    Jackie Chelin - Deputy Director of Library Services, University of the West of England
    Carol Dell-Price - Subject Librarian, Teesside University

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    Talis Aspire product update

    Keji Adedeji - Product Manager, Talis

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    Using data to drive academic engagement through strategic reporting

    Joanne Dunham, Head of Collections & Information Systems
    Neil Donohue, Learning & Teaching Services Manager
    University of Leicester

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    Discussion panel: Challenges & opportunities for libraries in Higher Education

    Chaired by: Jeremy Upton - Library Director, University of Edinburgh

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    Library approaches to influencing and leading the institutional strategic agenda

    Anna O'Neill - Director of Learning and Information Services
    Jane Gosling - Head of Library & Digital Support, Plymouth University

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    Using analytics to transform the library agenda

    Linda Corrin - Lecturer in Higher Education, University of Melbourne

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    Planning to succeed – Reading Lists strategies

    Jackie Chelin - Deputy Director of Library Services, University of the West of England
    Carol Dell-Price - Subject Librarian, Teesside University

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    A year in with Reading Lists & Digitised Content: What our students are telling us...

    Sara Hafeez - Reading List Co-ordinator & Academic Liasion Librarian, University of Westminster

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    From data entry to advocacy: recruiting students as Resource List assistants

    Sarah Pittaway - Team Leader: Academic Services, University of Worcester

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    Developing information and digital literacies with online reading lists

    Kerry Webb - Arts & Humanities Liaison Team Manager, University of Reading

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    MMU Reading List awareness campaign: Encouraging students to read to success

    Nic Ward - Senior Assistant Librarian and Rachel Fell - Senior Assistant Librarian, Manchester Metropolitan University

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    eTextbooks Panel

    Chaired by: Caren Milloy - Deputy Director, JISC Collections

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    Exploring eTextbooks with Talis

    Keji Adedeji - Product Manager, Talis

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    Talis Player in action at Anglia Ruskin University: An update from a Lighthouse project pilot

    Matt East - Senior Learning Technologist, Anglia Ruskin University
    Rodney Tamblyn - Lighthouse Academic Engagement (Consultant), Talis

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    The impact of learning design on student behaviour, satisfaction and performance

    Bart Rienties - Reader in Learning Analytics, The Open University

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    Using analytics to transform the library agenda

    Linda Corrin - Lecturer in Higher Education, University of Melbourne

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    The evolution of Reading List integrations

    Richard Tattersall - Technical Consultant, Talis

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    Getting started with Talis Aspire Reading Lists LTI

    Tim Hodson - Technical Consultant, Talis

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    Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) - Why the big deal?

    Stephen Vickers - Project Manager, IMS Global

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    LTI in action: Putting Reading List at the heart of the student learning experience at the University of Birmingham

    Ann-Marie James - Project Manager, University of Birmingham

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    Exploring new horizons with Talis Aspire APIs

    Tim Hodson - Technical Consultant, Talis

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    Talis Keynote, David Errington – CEO

    The shift to digital was the key theme of Talis CEO, David Errington’s keynote on Day One of Talis Insight Europe 2016. He shared with us what Talis have achieved over the last year and what’s to come. He also gave us an insight into how technology is changing the way we do things and why we should expect changes in the Higher Education sector too. Are we just scratching the surface? Before explaining what’s next for Talis, David reflected on what has been achieved in the past year.

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    Discussion Panel: Challenges and Opportunities for Libraries in Higher Education, chaired by Jeremy Upton

    Jeremy Upton, Director of Library at the University of Edinburgh chaired a panel on the Challenges and Opportunities for Libraries in Higher Education. He was joined by Judith Keene, University Librarian at University of Worcester, Dagmar Langeggen, Library Director at BI Norwegian Business School and Nick Bevan, Pro-Vice Chancellor and Director of Library and Student Support at Middlesex University.

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    Engaging academics in digital discourse – Simon Thomson

    Simon's keynote covered how we can connect and engage academics more by overcoming barriers presented by the digital world. Simon started his presentation by pointing out how ‘digitally’ connected we all are, with around 42 million smartphone users currently in the UK. He stressed that digital is now, it isn’t the future, However, what we aren’t doing is connecting the digital opportunities within universities with the people that need to use it.

Quotes from our delegates

  • "The best thing about Talis Insight is that it actually gives insight. We’ve had a huge array of different speakers from the experts right at the top of the organisation itself, to academics, to librarians, to people who are just interested. One of the best things has been the back channel discussion via twitter, which has actually been made face to face. So really it's been a full circle event that’s drawn people in and has helped them to honestly engage, not just with the product but with the ideas behind it."


    Laura Ritchie, National Teaching Fellow, University of Chichester
  • “A big thank you to Talis. It was a wonderful, well planned conference that went beyond my expectations. It was great to network with colleagues at other institutions and found all the Talis staff very approachable."


    Matt Durant, Collections Librarian, University of the West of England
  • “Talis Insight I think is really refreshing. It’s a chance to network with other universities and institutions that are using the system and it’s also important because some of the keynote speeches deal with key issues in the Higher Education sector at the moment. Its really about trying to keep yourself up to date as well as talking about Talis. There’s been lots of engagement, lots of interesting people to speak to and I think it's well worth spending 2 days at."


    Kerry Webb, Liaison Team Manager: Arts & Humanities & Course Support Co-ordinator, University of Reading

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