What is KeyLinks?

KeyLinks is a new reading list management system used by academic, public and health libraries to organise and manage content into reading lists. These reading lists are used by students and academics, and provide valuable usage and signposting for libraries. 

KeyLinks has been developed by the team behind CLA’s Digital Content Store, the innovative online platform for higher education institutions, that combines a searchable repository of digitised extract with a workflow management tool. This team is also behind Kortext. 

KeyLinks has customers across the UK, Europe, Australia and the US.

If you would like to find out more or arrange a demo please contact our team at: contact@keylinks.org 

t: +44 (0) 1202 551203

or speak to your Kortext representative.

About Kortext

Kortext is the UK’s leading digital textbook and study platform providing access to etextbooks from over 1,000 publishers, including Pearson, McGraw, Wiley, Cengage and OER. Available online and offline, students and lecturers can annotate, synchronise across devices, view interactive content and collaborate with peers, connecting with content in a more engaging manner. Working with universities including Manchester, Leeds, Middlesex, Imperial College, Strathclyde and many others, Kortext integrates into learning ecosystems, including access through VLE, authentication systems (eg Shibboleth), discovery tools and RLMSs (including KeyLinks), enabling equitable access. Kortext’s analytics dashboard, gives insights into learning habits, informs decision making and helps create personalised learning paths. From a single-course to the whole institution, Kortext helps learners study anytime, anywhere. Find out more about Kortext on their website, or visit their FacebookLinkedIn, and Twitter.

About CLA

CLA are the recognized UK collective rights licensing body for text and images from book, journal, and magazine content. They exist to simplify copyright for content users and copyright owners. CLA’s mission is to help customers legally access, copy, and share the published content they need, while also making sure that copyright owners are paid royalties for the use of their work. For more information about CLA, visit their website, or visit their FacebookLinkedIn, and Twitter.