University of Bradford rolls out Rebus:list from PTFS Europe
10th April 2015 | Press Release
University of Bradford implements Rebus:list – the reading list management system from PTFS Europe. Rebus:list offers a significant advance in cost effective management of the entire workflow involved in the delivery and presentation of reading lists. With an elegant user interface, a comprehensive web services API and a contemporary software architecture, Rebus:list delivers truly seamless integration with any library, eDiscovery service, VLE and back office system. Rebus:list offers libraries a real alternative when choosing a new reading list management system.
Grace Hudson, Head of Library Services at the University of Bradford said, “We are delighted with the smooth implementation of Rebus:list and have already had very positive feedback from students and academics. Rebus:list will enable us to ensure that we make reading list material available in adequate numbers in an integrated but highly visible way, so that it is simple for students to find and access key recommended resources.”
Nick Phipps, Rebus:list Business Manager at PTFS Europe said: “We are delighted that the University decided on Rebus:list for this project. We have a growing user base and see the University of Bradford providing a clear indication of the price competitive nature of the Rebus:list solution and its high level of functionality.
About the University of Bradford
Founded in 1966, the University of Bradford is one of the UK’s ‘traditional’ universities. It is a research-intensive institution, ranked in the top 50 in the UK for the quality of its research, with three quarters being classed as either world-leading or internationally excellent in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF). The University was ranked No 1 in Yorkshire for employed graduates obtaining professional & managerial level jobs.
Known for its strong emphasis on employability skills and knowledge transfer work with businesses, the University has a truly global make up with over 20 per cent of its student population being international. The University is also a leader in sustainable development and education, and is within the top ten greenest universities in the UK, according to the Green League 2013.