Flexible Access

Flexible access

Kortext is the leader in delivering content under flexible access models that work for your university and your students. Access can be from the library OPAC, through the VLE, discovery portals or reading lists. We work in any single sign-on environment and your students will always have a personal bookshelf for their ongoing use.

Detailed analytics

We’re a part of the Jisc Learning Analytics Purchasing Service as a leading supplier for learning analytics solutions, services and infrastructure. With our platform you’ll be able to utilise our detailed analytics along with the option to download COUNTER 5 compliant statistics for a standardised way of reporting. Data can be continuously analysed which means that student/lecturer interventions can be directed, the appropriateness of course materials reviewed and publisher discussions informed
 

Counter Audit

Detailed analytics
Accessibility

Accessibility

Kortext won an excellence award at the inaugural ASPIRE awards in 2019, and has now been awarded gold status and achieved a 100% ASPIREreview score for accessibility. Our obsession with equality of access is more important today than it has ever been. Offer an equal education for all by enabling content access through the Kortext platform.

Aspire Award October 2020

Key Links  for reading lists

KeyLinks is a new reading list management system used by academic, public and health libraries to organise and manage content into reading lists. These reading lists provide valuable usage and signposting for libraries.

Keylinks for reading lists

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Integration has never been easier

Integration has never been easier

With Kortext, integrating into the library ecosystem and providing content across your institution to thousands of students is effortless. Being able to gather comparable, credible data on the usage of your content is another plus, along with unified access and workflow integration.  This means that access participation plans can be delivered and student satisfaction scores improved.