Meet your Talis Advisory Board

The Talis Advisory Board was set up earlier this year to enable us at Talis to work more closely with those who lead HE libraries in the UK. Find out more about this group and what they hope to achieve in this article, written by our founding members.

 

“I joined the University of South Wales in 2016 and recognised that Talis Aspire had been a fundamental and highly valued part of our library service offer to Faculty and students for many years. Attending my first Talis Insight conference blew me away in terms of the engagement from the Talis team, in being truly responsive and engaged to its community of users. When the opportunity came along to join the Talis Advisory Board, I knew that with my university’s interest in big data and learning analytics, that this presented a great opportunity to not only work with Talis on their strategy and next steps, but that we could make an active and valued contribution back. I also truly believe that learners respond positively to technology and the opportunities that this opens up to them in terms of personalisation, flexibility and equity of experience.

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