Our Customers Speak


We have been delighted with our partnership with Kortext who have delivered etextbooks to our students for the last two years and who, in our opinion, continue to innovate ahead of any other provider in the market. We look forward to our faculty and students, who are big users of Microsoft Office 365 and Kortext, benefiting from this new partnership.

Marc Wells, Deputy Director of the Education Technology Unit,
Imperial College Business School


Kortext Analytics is an easy to use and intuitive dashboard. I can see how many students on my psychology course have accessed our etextbooks so far, which is extremely useful to know.

Dr Geoff Bunn, Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychology,
Manchester Metropolitan University


In 2014, the University of East London provided 4,000 first-year students with Samsung Galaxy devices, which were pre-loaded with the Kortext app. The following year they extended to 7,000+ students.

We are delighted to be putting support directly in the hands of our students and providing them with a state-of-the-art learning platform for the duration of their studies. Our support for equality of opportunity is one of UEL’s defining values, and providing our entire first-year intake with Samsung tablets – pre-loaded with core etextbooks and links to virtual learning resources – ensures there is a level playing field for all of our students.

Professor John Joughin, UEL Vice-Chancellor


This year, Middlesex University will roll-out Kortext institution-wide to over 18,000 students, following a successful pilot with its business and law schools. At Middlesex, students use their own devices, with  single sign-on through Moodle, for easy access to their etextbooks. Students received a free etextbook for every module (4-6 etextbooks). The library team have led the implementation:

The project has a simple aim; to provide a free etextbook to every student for each module they study. This is a clear message for student recruitment and demonstrates support for the student learning experience in the provision of essential resources.

Matthew Lawson, Deputy Director of Library and Student Support
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