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Achieving Acquisitions Efficiency with Talis Aspire - Laura Unwin, Rachel Schulkins & Mia O'Hara | Talis Insight Europe 2016

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Achieving Acquisitions Efficiency with Talis Aspire - Laura Unwin, Rachel Schulkins & Mia O'Hara | Talis Insight Europe 2016

  1. 1. Video Delivery Partner
  2. 2. Achieving Acquisitions Efficiency with Talis Aspire Laura Unwin, Rachel Schulkins & Mia O’Hara
  3. 3. Objectives for the session • Demo of reviews 2.0 and how this can help to improve your acquisitions efficiency • University of Liverpool and King’s College London sharing their experience • Update on where next for reviews 2.0 • Questions
  4. 4. Key questions you ask when ordering items from a reading list • How many students are on the course? • What stock do we already have in the library? • Are there new editions available for these items? • Are they available as eBooks? • How many copies do we need to order? • Is this book needed elsewhere?
  5. 5. Demo
  6. 6. University of Liverpool
  7. 7. Acquisitions and Talis Reviews 2.0 Dr Rachel Schulkins Principal Library Assistant Acquisitions, University of Liverpool rachelb@liverpool.ac.uk
  8. 8. Reviews 2.0: what changed? Reviewing Screen Determining Book ratio per Student New Editions Comment History Alerts
  9. 9. Reviewing Screen before ….
  10. 10. Reviewing Screen after….
  11. 11. Determining Book ratio per Student before…
  12. 12. Determining Book ratio per Student after…
  13. 13. New Edition Alerts
  14. 14. Comments History Comments made on a particular list Comments made across all Reading Lists
  15. 15. Alerts
  16. 16. Summary More work, less time Efficiency Access to immediate information Enables quick and informed Decisions
  17. 17. Summary More target spending on popular titles Foreseeing student demand More proactive, less reactive Expanding and updating Library holdings
  18. 18. Thank you
  19. 19. King’s College London
  20. 20. Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Reviews
  21. 21. I’m going to go over: • 4 main benefits • 2 things we wish it did • Summary
  22. 22. Cutting out ‘double checks’ on the catalogue
  23. 23. Gives us a holistic picture of student needs
  24. 24. Flags up new Editions
  25. 25. Helps us link in online resources
  26. 26. Processing times can cause delays
  27. 27. Difficult to get a quick overview of the list
  28. 28. We wouldn’t go back if you paid us
  29. 29. Questions?
  30. 30. Video Delivery Partner

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