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we would like to get auto holdings from Springer when we buy their single ebooks.
Right now it works from eBook central and T&F and we would like the same service from Springer ebook shop as well.
Please vote :)15 votes
When there are no Suppl. on the publisher's page, sometimes 360 Link navigates the wrong article page.
For example, please see the URL below.
And it might be more useful for the users if this enhancement will be made.
*Title which is wished to view
Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 69(Suppl.A), 5-12, 2000
Pressure-Induced Magnetic Phase Transition of the 5f Electron System URu2Si2 (Frontiers in Magnetism)
Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 84(6)
Pressure-Induced Antiferromagnetic Transition and Phase Diagram in FeSe9 votes
Automatically select purchased titles in kb with purchases from vendors such as OASIS/GOBI/EBSCOnet etc. Maintain threshold information as appropriate.9 votes
360 Link should allow filtering of the Unpaywall and Open Access button results so that libraries can choose which versions to display. This would allow us to display only peer-reviewed results. Both services return version information in their API. Our library would like to use this open access button feature, but we need to be able to filter the results.9 votes
As the reaction to the release on 3rd Nov 2021 which has been provided on EJP, I'm suggesting of changing the results of the 360 API's calling to sort of order to the most recent
Because it become more usable if the platform which using this 360 API could display the databases with the most recent coverage first.8 votes
360 Link can search content by DOI published by CrossrRef.
But DOI published by other institute (e.g. JaLC) is not searchable.
So please enable DOI Search for not CrossRef DOI.6 votes
Sometimes the titles provided by publishers are messy looking (random capitalizations and punctuation) or the editions are inconsistent (sometimes a number, sometimes spelled out). It would be great to be able to either edit the title or have the ability to add our own custom titles.4 votes
Have 360 Link make use of the EBSCO API, which would allow 360 Link to do a 'pre-check' for article availability and suppress the full text link if the EBSCO API returns an unavailable status. This EBSCO API option is a feature currently available in Alma but not yet available in 360 Link. It would be great if Summon could take advantage of this API too.4 votes
When you cancel a subscription to a single journal in a database in the “parent instance” in Intota and wish to be able to see all data entered (payments etc.) after the cancellation you must choose any other Status than “Not Tracked” for the journal in question. On the other hand, you must choose “Not Tracked” to remove the title from the eJournal Portals belonging to any “child instance” that have inherited the journal through Consortium Sharing. Setting Discovery to “Off” doesn’t solve the problem. This is both illogical and annoying.4 votes
When you enter “Present” as “Coverage Date to”in Intota this is converted to the date 01/01/1900 in eJournal Portal. If you leave the “Coverage Date to” field blank, then eJournal Portal shows the end date of the holding as “to Present”. Our wish is that entering “Present” will show up as “to Present” in EJP as well.4 votes
You are able to enter a text in the Internal Resource Note field on a title in a Library-Specific Holdings database.
It looks as if the text is saved but when you search for the title again you can see that it has not been saved.4 votes
It would be better if we can build the EJP usage report, which can counting the eBook and eJournal accessing through EJP.4 votes
Contents which are searchable in Summon differ per publisher or database.
It will be helpful for librarian if they could confirm the details of contracts about search target or the breakdown of search target in ClientCenter.4 votes
The EJP is a good way to find full text journals by subject area, however, once you have searched or browsed to a subject, there is no way to narrow your search any further except to show only open access titles. It would be helpful to restrict results to recent books or journals with current access, or to peer-reviewed sources, for example.3 votes
We can see e-Journal usage by title on 360 usage report but for e-Books, we only see Database lebel usage.
It would be better if we can check e-Books title lebel usage.3 votes
we now use SFX and on the a z-list, our users can click on vendor (= database name) and then see all titles within this selection. pe click on sage and then see all your active sage titles.
We will shortly switch to 360 core client centre (and stop with sfx) We now do not see on the front on the new a-z list ejournals this functionality.
Our users miss this3 votes
Our patrons do not always know the exact name or spelling of a journal or how to use an asterisk.
We think the E-Journal Portal search box should support fuzzy keyword searching.3 votes
For 360 Usage Statistics report, there is no separate data for every month, it is just an overall number of the year.
We would like to have the data of every month like SFX analytics.3 votes
We would like to see a more user-friendly way to manage Library Specific Holdings for our print serials. Often, our holdings are not continuous; we have gaps in coverage. The only way to add additional dates of coverage is to "Add title" for each date range. 360 then merges the multiple date ranges into one serial record. Having the ability to manage multiple date ranges within one record would be helpful. This system limitation also affects editing. Right now, if you need to edit date ranges for one of these serials, you are only given the option to edit one of the date ranges. If you need to edit one of the un-editable ranges, you have to delete the whole record, and then recreate the record by adding new titles for each date range again.
Although you can download the file, edit the Excel file, and then upload it again, this is cumbersome when you only need to edit one title.
We would like to see a more user-friendly way to manage Library Specific Holdings for our print serials. Often, our holdings are not continuous; we have gaps in coverage. The only way to add additional dates of coverage is to "Add title" for each date range. 360 then merges the multiple date ranges into one serial record. Having the ability to manage multiple date ranges within one record would be helpful. This system limitation also affects editing. Right now, if you need to edit date ranges for one of these serials, you are only given the option to edit one…3 votes
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