In 2017 Kortext could see how important the relationship between content selected by academic faculty and how students access that content was becoming. How students accessed content from the VLE and library resources would become key and felt that the reading list management system would be the perfect bridge linking students to the content of most value to their studies. By 2018, Kortext had purchased Rebus:list in partnership with the CLA with the sole purpose of creating an affordable
Kortext is delighted to announce that following an in-depth procurement process, KeyLinks, the Reading List Management System developed by Kortext has been placed on the APUC Framework agreement as one of only two Reading List Management Systems appointed to the framework. The APUC Framework agreement is open to all universities and colleges in Scotland, England,
Today CLA and Kortext announce that from 1st January 2020 its KeyLinks operations will come together under single leadership. Over the past 2 years CLA and Kortext have worked closely in developing, enhancing and supporting the KeyLinks reading list management system which is now being used in libraries in the UK, Europe, Australia and the
KeyLinks and EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) are strengthening their partnership through the recent development of a brand-new connector which will improve the discoverability and accessibility of content for mutual customers. This deeper connection between the two systems will mean that a greater level of information can be pulled from EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS).
Resource list systems are comparable to other traditional reading list system but other much more functionality. By utilising a resource list system it can allow for thousands of multimedia resources. These can be more than just videos and images, but also podcasts and other digital content. Here are a few more reasons why you should
At the start of an academic year and many students are always trying to be as organised as possible, trying to understand how to access their modules and content lists through their institutions VLE. Even though the access flow is quite obvious, the majority of the time, students find it hard to understand the relevance