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    Deborah Fitchett commented  · 

    Automatically reformatting them seems like the best option. Rejecting it outright is more likely to confuse and/or annoy instructors.

    There'd need to be a bit of regex logic as despite the current recommendation to use https://doi.org/, some places still use http: and/or dx.doi.org

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    Deborah Fitchett commented  · 

    This (especially #1) would be really useful for us too, since if a course changes hands frequently (some courses are particular hot potatoes) the list of course owners just keeps building up year on year. Lots of our courses have long lists of owners, many of whom have left the university.

    When we purge user data, eventually they're only represented in the list by their old staff ID number so at least they no longer get emailed - but then we've got no way to remove all their courses in bulk (since they no longer have a user record), and instead have to go individually into each course.

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    Deborah Fitchett commented  · 

    Ideally it wouldn't be a fixed number of start/end pages - there'd just be an open-ended option to add a new pair. There's always one lecturer who needs to copy pages 3, 17, 20-21, 78, 101, 128, and 142-144 of a textbook. I expect this would involve a bit of re-architecturing, but it makes the most sense to cover the full range of potential use cases.

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    Deborah Fitchett commented  · 

    We're planning to move to VE (as Ex Libris seem to be strongly encouraging it!) too and would hate to lose this function when we do.

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    Deborah Fitchett commented  · 

    This would also help with a use case we have: We're harvesting from a small OAI feed that can't supply 'delete' data, so we have to run regular delete-and-reload pipes. Obviously for this case we have to set the date back to before the repository began every time we run it.

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    Deborah Fitchett commented  · 

    Bother, I've run out of votes and will have to see what I can scrounge from elsewhere, but in the meantime I want to register my agreement with this idea. The whole point of a workflow is that it starts, proceeds, then ends. It makes no sense for a workflow note to persist after the end of the workflow itself, and has the potential to cause a great deal of confusion in cases where the workflow may (or may not) recur in future academic years.

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    Deborah Fitchett commented  · 

    For #1 I think I'd disable Patron along with the other roles - if the account's compromised then the unauthorised person shouldn't get even that access either.

    For #1 and #2 while I agree with skipping the need to save the user record (so easy to forget when in a panic!) it should have a pop up "are you sure you want to ..." confirmation in case of accidental clicking.

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    Deborah Fitchett commented  · 

    Feedback received from a lecturer on this topic today:

    "I am not sure what I am suppose to look at when I get these emails. Can you please advise."

    "When I click the link I do not know where to find the comment that has been added. Is there anything I need to do?"

    [and after I explained the steps they need to take]

    "there are too many clicks to get anywhere and it is [un]intuitive"

    The most useful thing would be to include the text of the library discussion note in the notification email.

    Other additional improvements would be to:
    * have the link from the notification letter automatically open the login form/method of choice
    * have a "reply to this comment" link that goes straight to the relevant citation and opens the Discussion section
    * highlight new notes within the discussion section

    At the moment the functionality is so un-user-friendly that we're going to have to revert back to communicating with lecturers via email until it can be fixed. :-(

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    Deborah Fitchett commented  · 

    Very much support this. Telling people they have notifications but they have to follow a link, then login, then click the notification bell, then click each citation individually, then open the library discussion tab, only to (if they bother getting this far) discover that the notification is "Fixed it for you!" just guarantees that next time they'll immediately delete the email.

    The notification letter should list not just the course but also each citation and its comment(s), along with include a direct link back to the citation if they want to reply - bonus points if that citation link can automatically open the library discussion.

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