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    Joe Durrant responded

    Submitted by Ex Libris PM on behalf of our customers

    UNF commented  · 

    Additional considerations for enhancing search:

    (1) Ensure that all tile titles and pocketguide titles (and partial phrasing) is reflected in search. Words that are clearly visible on the screen return "No Search Results" -- this is likely a bug.

    (2) Allow keyword tagging. The search is just a literal filter. If the exact word choice is not entered, people get no results. Because we are pushing search as the best way to find content in our new portal, this is resulting in anger and distrust. Examples scenarios include searching "class" vs "course" or "timesheet" vs "time sheet". We cannot make every variation visible, but hidden keyword tagging would allow us to assign common alternativates. The tags would need to be available on both tiles and pocketguide redirects.

    (3) Allow option to suppress specific modules from search results -- like maps, RSS, Banners. To explain, all location data is available in search and FLOODS our results even when typing only one letter and is often prioritized above more important content. Map results would be better to be searched for once I am inside the map module.

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    UNF commented  · 

    Our university likewise had an accessibility complaint.

    Despite ensuring that our color options are complaint with WCAG standards, we had an extreme scenario in which a student had difficulty seeing the screen and wants a pure black and white view. Disabling CSS entirely in a browser renders the screen unusable; using a color contrast browser extension helped but not enough; such a workaround is not possible in mobile. The rotating tiles are also distracting.

    A minimal black and white list view, similar to what is visible on the Arrange screen would be a helpful alternative. If the screen were extended further so that content (like pocketguide submenu hierarchies) were visible, that would likewise provide an alternative option for users who wish to scan a webpage visually and quickly, but are frustrated now by having to click in and out of every tile.

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    UNF commented  · 

    Our University has a similar need. An external link would allow us to link a student to a different interface to view Distance Learning classes.

    Because Distance Learning classes do not have an actual date and time for meeting, it is not possible for these to display in the calendar view. This gives the impression that student's class data is missing. A hyperlink would allow us to provide additional info.

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