Anselm Nye Open Day Presentation November 2012

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Anselm Nye from Queen Mary, University of London shares his experiences of Talis Aspire reading-lists, and being a Talis Aspire Digitised Content beta partner. Open Day, London November, 2012.

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Anselm Nye Open Day Presentation November 2012

  1. 1. Becoming a programme highlight: or working in partnership with Talis Education
  2. 2. Tenancy set up February 2011
  3. 3. Easily created:drag & drop at the touch of a finger
  4. 4. Easily accessed: Materials are easilydiscoverable
  5. 5. Direct link toelectronic resources
  6. 6. Easily acquired:feeds into acquisitions workflow
  7. 7. Easily persuaded:assuring academic engagement
  8. 8. Problems with devolved constraintsProblems withthe hierarchy
  9. 9. TAUG meetingsAPI workshops
  10. 10. Then the techies really get going
  11. 11. No centralised scanning unit
  12. 12. Annual CLA returns, 2010!
  13. 13. 1: The “play about & see what happens” approach.
  14. 14. 2: The other approach!
  15. 15. Migration to Moodle 2012
  16. 16. Desired outcome:fewer miscreants, more best practice
  17. 17. (Almost) all images free to use or share.

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