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  1. Provide an overall percentage of MARC record availability at the database level.

    Currently one can examine a few specific journals or books within a collection to determine if CONSER or other MARC records are available for a collection. This can be hit or miss. It would be great to see an overall percentage of MARC record availability at the database level as we do with the percentage of Summon coverage.

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  2. UMWELTdigital" (Erich Schmidt Publishers Ltd & Co)

    We have acquired the full text database "UMWELTdigital" (Erich Schmidt Publishers Ltd & Co) for our library. The database is not yet indexed in Summon.

    As a university library we would like our users to be able to retrieve contents from the UMWELTdigital" (Erich Schmidt Publishers Ltd & Co) while searching in the Summon Index. This would enrich my search results with relevant resources in the field of environment studies and also give me the possibility to get this database recommended. So, we kindly ask you to index this database in Summon.

    UMWELTdigital" (Erich Schmidt Publishers Ltd & Co) is…

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  3. Allow for the ordering of EJP results

    We'd like to be able to decide how results should show up in the Journals search: a specific example (see attached image) would be if you are searching on "nature", then the journals with "nature" in the real title (as opposed to the Alternate Title) would rise to the top. Right now they come back in alphabetical order and we feel this is counterintuitive - more helpful would be how results in most other places come back, with relevancy rankings incorporated.

    Please note: We know that you can remove alternate titles in the search results, but we'd like to retain…

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