Following a successful migration of all its existing users to the new enhanced KeyLinks platform, the rebus:list reading list platform used by universities and other library institutions has now been closed down.
A year ago, The Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) and Kortext, the UK’s leading personal learning platform and digital textbook provider, announced the acquisition of rebus:list from PTFS Europe. Both partners pledged significant investment and a strong commitment to work closely with PTFS Europe to redevelop the system to create a world leading resource for the library sector.
Now, almost exactly one year later, we are delighted to announce that we have delivered on our promise to provide customers with a seamless migration to the new and improved KeyLinks. The platform allows users to organise and manage content, such as academic reading lists, case reference files or workplace training materials, for others to access and use.
Over the past year, the KeyLinks team worked closely with customers during development and testing to ensure that their requirements and priorities were met and to make migration as easy as possible.
KeyLinks will continue to be updated and developed over the coming months to ensure that it becomes the market leading Resource List platform, with new powerful functions such as Analytics and an Acquisitions Recommendation Engine coming soon.
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