Bill Rammell took office as Vice Chancellor at the University of Bedfordshire in September 2012. Prior to that he was Deputy Vice Chancellor at Plymouth University where he was responsible for the student experience and internationalisation. more...
Before joining King’s she was Director of the UK Higher Education International Unit and prior to this Head of Higher Education at the British Library. Joanna is a member of the History Faculty at King’s and in 2014, Joanna was awarded an MBE in recognition for her work in promoting British higher education internationally. In June 2015 she was appointed a Commonwealth Commissioner by the Secretary of State for Development.
Professor Stephanie Marshall joined the Higher Education Academy (HEA) in 2012 as Deputy Chief Executive (Research and Policy.) She has been Chief Executive Officer since August 2013. During this time Stephanie has led the organisation through a period of innovation and change, shaping it to meet the needs of a newly-diversified sector. more...
Rosie has worked in academic libraries since 2001 taking a particular interest in games and learning, information literacy and learning space development. Previous experience includes project managing the development and implementation of the award winning Alan Gilbert Learning Commons at the University of Manchester Library as well as holding specialist Information Literacy roles at Manchester Metropolitan University. more...
Ian Snowley joined the University of Lincoln, as University Librarian in September 2009, before that he was Head of Higher Education at the British Library.
His professional career began in Public Libraries followed by posts in the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food and the Department of Health. more...
As the Chief Executive Officer, David continues to lead Talis through a period of rapid change and growth. Once again this year he will be outlining our vision and plans for the journey ahead in 2016 and beyond, during the Talis keynote.
As a Product Manager, Keji is responsible for managing and delivering the core workflow solutions in our products. She will be reflecting on what we have done so far, and what we are working on next at Talis, to help enhance institutional workflows.
We are confirming new speakers every week, so watch this space...
Talis Insight Europe 2017 is your chance to network with your peers from the UK Higher Education community. You can mix with fellow leaders and professionals in Higher Education across the UK and the rest of Europe, and hear how other library teams are gaining strategic influence at their institutions. Plus you’ll see how libraries are bringing together their unique skill sets to improve student experience. They’ll share and explain how they engage their academics and students successfully, supported by Talis.
You’ll get all the latest news on what Talis are doing, and what is next. We’ll share our latest plans and new areas of value we are developing to meet your future needs to manage and deliver digital course learning resources for learning and teaching. You’ll get exclusive insights and updates from our research projects such as project lighthouse.
We’ll also share and discuss the freshest updates to Talis Aspire. Meet our services team and hear how we are improving our support and consulting to meet your evolving needs. Discover the latest projects we are helping our customers with, and how you can continue to derive more value from your investment in Talis.
The growing use of digital resources is seeing libraries play a key role in teaching and learning. Factors such as NSS, TEF and Brexit are expected to present new challenges and fresh opportunities for libraries to make even more contributions to the institutions strategic agenda. These are just some of the themes we will explore at Talis Insight Europe 2017.
Join us to learn how our latest product developments can help improve your performance. You’ll also hear from your library peers at other institutions. They’ll outline how Talis helps them succeed.
At the workshop sessions you’ll get practical tips on what you could be doing better. You’ll also discover how to get the most from your Talis Aspire implementation. And you’ll hear inspiring case stories from your peers, and discover how your institution can achieve similar impressive results.
Our speakers will include Higher Education and technology thought leaders. You’ll learn about emerging trends and hear success stories. Your peers will present their achievements in supporting strategic institutional objectives by improving academic and student engagement with technology. Continue reading to see our current confirmed speakers and find out how the agenda is shaping up for the two days. We’ll announce more speakers in the coming weeks, so watch this space. Don’t miss out – Register FREE today.
In an increasingly digital world, students expect a seamless experience. We’ll explore how teaching and learning support teams are working together with libraries to deliver consistent solutions to support academics and students.
You’ll hear from industry thought leaders and prominent peers. They’ll cover hot topics like learning analytics. We’ll explore how digital resources play a key role in teaching and learning. Plus we will have all the latest updates from our research project, codenamed, Lighthouse.
Join us for the Talis Awards presentation on the evening of day one. It will a great opportunity to network with peers you may have missed during the day and join us in recognising and celebrating the best practices within the Talis community.