In an exciting start to 2022, KeyLinks – the dynamic reading list management system (RLMS) based in the UK – has secured three new international customers as it continues its expansion overseas. The system, developed by eTextbook platform provider Kortext, enables institutions to put the library at the centre of teaching and learning, giving librarians
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KeyLinks named University of Hull’s new reading list management system
Fresh from its recent international expansion, KeyLinks has been announced as supplier of the University of Hull’s new reading list management system (RLMS), working in partnership with the institution for the successful provision of reading lists to its circa 15,000 students . Named one of the top 60 UK universities (2022 Guardian University Rankings), the
KeyLinks announced as new supplier of reading list management system for Anglia Ruskin University
Following a series of major platform developments, KeyLinks – the dynamic reading list management system (RLMS) by Kortext – has entered into a new partnership with global institution, Anglia Ruskin University (ARU), one of the top 350 universities in the world. KeyLinks was selected as the solution that aligned with ARU’s commitment to providing high-quality,
Do you know why February is LGBTQ+ History Month?
Fear not, we’ll tell you! LGBTQ+ History Month was first observed in the US in 1994 and made its way across the Atlantic to the UK in 2005. It is a month-long celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and non-binary history, including the history of LGBT+ rights and related civil rights movements to raise awareness
Maastricht University Library
Considered one of the best young universities in the world, Maastricht University (UM) in the Netherlands has more than 20,000 students and 4,400 employees. Before choosing KeyLinks, UM was using its own in-house reading list management system.
CLA and Kortext to accelerate KeyLinks UK and international expansion
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