University of the Highlands and Islands chooses Rebus:list 2.0 from PTFS Europe

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By PTFS-Europe

31st October 2016 | Press Release

University of the Highlands and Islands rolls out Rebus:list 2.0, PTFS Europe’s reading list management system. Rebus:list has always offered libraries a more cost effective alternative when choosing a reading list management system. This major new release incorporates the latest technology and standards, such as a responsive web design, FRBR and CSL support, custom report generator, RESTful API and LTI VLE integration.

To streamline the overall process of accessing and maintaining reading lists Rebus:list 2.0 has been integrated with the University of the Highlands and Islands’ Summon Discovery system, Millennium LMS and Shibboleth.

Richard Hughes, Systems Librarian at University of the Highlands and Islands, said

“The distributed nature of our university meant that version control for reading lists has been a long-term challenge. Rebus:list will address that by providing a centralised resource, streamlining access for students and improving staff workflows. We have worked closely with PTFS Europe during implementation to ensure the system achieves these objectives. Being able to accurately report on our reading list content is a huge step forward, we have only just started exploring the many possibilities “.

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