Resource Schemes

Of the students participating in the study, 98% of students were active users, indicating excellent engagement. The pilot also showed that of the 2,419 books assigned, 100% had been downloaded…staff and students have embedded the solution as an integral part of their teaching and learning environment and experience.

University of Worcester

The Strategic Approach to Learning Resources

With the increasing use of blended learning to deliver modules, universities have been investing in their physical environment, creating more work spaces for individual and group study, making their libraries a hub and an integral part of teaching and learning and are now investing even more in learning resources that support student research and study. Covid-19 has massively accelerated the developments in online learning and the need for effective digital technology for students.

Our Connect scheme offers an end to end solution for universities who want to provide learning resources directly to their students. We have worked on major initiatives such as Coventry’s Flying Start (previously No Hidden Extras) and Middlesex’s personal eBook scheme that sees all students receive a core textbook for each module they take (delivered alongside our partner Kortext) to smaller schemes such as Worcester’s Reach programme that provides students with tablets preloaded with content and resources.

We can source your resources and deliver them directly to your students which will increase participation and provide data and analytics on usage and engagement.

The TEF Panel Assessment


outstanding physical and digital resources which pervade all aspects of student experience, including state-of-the-art integration of learner analytics, student support, and timetabling.


the provision by the University of an excellent range of physical and digital resources including an e-textbook scheme, which has resulted in substantially increased student satisfaction.


high quality digital and physical learning resources which are used by students to enhance learning.

Julie Walking Profile PicTo find out more, please contact
Julie Walkling
Director of Academic Partnerships

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