Digital-first and student success with Talis Aspire at Northumbria University

The library at Northumbria University and Talis have worked in partnership to develop next-generation library analytics for student success. In this blog post, Nick Woolley, Former Director of Student and Library Services, and from August this year Director of Library Services at Sheffield Hallam University, explains how Northumbria University worked with Talis over the past 6 years to improve the student experience. Find out more about their projects, including the latest undertaking, Advanced Management Information System (MIS).

Jump to the whitepaper about their MIS project here.

The University Library at Northumbria delivers physical and digital services and resources through professional librarians and teams, shaped by engagement and partnership with students, Faculty, and Professional Services, and externally through cooperation and collaboration with the national and global knowledge community. Their scholarly resources include over half a million print books, over 900,000 ebooks, an extensive collection of over 83,000 journals, databases and other primary digital sources.

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