Student and Academic engagement at Bishop Grosseteste University

Bishop Grosseteste University implemented Talis Aspire in August 2018. During the first year, the team focused on a small number of courses (English, Maths, Counselling, PGCE Primary, History) and early adopter academics to establish workflows and introduce Talis Aspire. A year after implementation, the library team are moving into Talis Aspire as business as usual. The library team have also reclassified the entire library and implemented Radio Frequency Identification Technology (RFID) during summer 2019. The next set of reading lists are ready for September 2019 and there is an anticipated project completion date of September 2020.

The library building at BGU

Jon Begley, Senior Lecturer in English, has been very positive about the impact Talis Aspire has had in supporting teaching on his module and has shared with us some feedback he has from one of his students:

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