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    1 comment  ·  Content » New Collection  ·  Admin →
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    Esther Arens commented  · 

    These are the titles of this new e-collection

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    Esther Arens commented  · 

    Any chance this could be looked at afresh? Westlaw UK has a new platfor:
    https://uk.practicallaw.thomsonreuters.com

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    2 comments  ·  Alma » Other  ·  Admin →
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    Esther Arens commented  · 

    If/when this gets looked at I'd like to suggest that all item fields are published into AVA, e.g. Provenance.

    Our use case: We utilise the Provenance to record/track items received as donated collections, bequests etc. Some of these are still growing e.g. where we house the collection for an affiliated society. Without a facet there is no easy way to filter Primo results to that society's content.

    So, we would like to build a facet based on the provenance code which currently is only possible if you run a norm rule in Alma to copy that code into a local bib field and then use that field in a Primo norm rule. This is onerous and also not strictly correct because the provenance might only apply to one copy of a title but not another.

    I'm sure other item specific fields would provide useful options for Primo searching and faceting in particular.

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