Hear an academic and student talk about Resource Lists @ Bham

We spoke to an academic and a student from the University of Birmingham’s Shakespeare Institute to find out how Talis Aspire has improved their teaching and learning experience.

Dr Erin Sullivan, Lecturer and an enthusiastic Talis Aspire user talked to us about the benefits that have made her role easier. The Shakespeare Institute takes students from all over the globe, so being able to provide online resources is key. Erin tells us that the direct links to the eLibrary and the simple method of digitising content has enabled all of its students to reach content in a much more straightforward way.

At the University of Birmingham, Talis Aspire Reading Lists are given the name Resource Lists @ Bham, which rings true for Erin’s modules, as some weeks students are required to watch films or videos. Watch the video to hear from Erin in her own words, how she is using Resource Lists in her teaching.

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