What we learnt at our Academic Engagement themed Talis Aspire Days

In November, we hosted two events to discuss the topic of academic engagement for recently joined customers and for institutions who are not yet using Talis. These events were kindly co-hosted by Northumbria University and UCL (University College London). We wanted to find out more about how our universities have successfully tackled the challenge of academic adoption and provide some more information on how Talis supports this.

Hear from academics

Professor Tom Lawson, Pro Vice-Chancellor Arts and Dr Lesley Gallacher, Senior Lecturer from Northumbria University spoke to us about the impact of reading lists in their taught courses.

Tom saw the benefits immediately as he wanted to ‘regularise’ his teaching experience for both students that were on-campus and distance learners based in Korea. He later added that once he started using the lists, he began to think harder about the content and structure of the lists and allowed him to review how he was using them in his teaching.

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