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    1 comment  ·  Alma » Acquisitions  ·  Admin →
    Chris Jones commented  · 

    Hi,
    We would also strongly welcome an update on what work Ex Libris have or are planning on doing with Version 1.0 of the ONIX Publications License
    format (ONIX-PL) field mappings to Alma licence field as nothing seems to have happened for quite some time - after the import feature was added in Oct 2014 as described:
    https://knowledge.exlibrisgroup.com/Alma/Training/03_What's_New_Videos_2014/03_October_2014_Release/Load_ONIX-PL_Formatted_Licenses

    See also the Alma-ONIX-PL field equivalent mappings:
    https://knowledge.exlibrisgroup.com/Alma/Product_Documentation/010Alma_Online_Help_(English)/020Acquisitions/090Acquisitions_Infrastructure/050Managing_Licenses_and_Amendments

    It is still not possible to pull in the ONIX-PL terms from a Jisc licence for examples, but other examples can be given.

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    1 comment  ·  Leganto  ·  Admin →
    Chris Jones commented  · 

    This would potentially greatly help with the management of the Purchase request workflow. We appreciate that there may be several tags which could complicate the faceting, but it would assist in Library staff working to agreed priority criteria for consideration of content acquisition and deciding on format/licence needs for ebooks.

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    1 comment  ·  Leganto  ·  Admin →
    Chris Jones commented  · 

    I would suggest that this idea contains some of the same content/use case access as a newer submission:
    https://ideas.exlibrisgroup.com/forums/395697-leganto/suggestions/17209124-being-able-as-an-instructor-to-see-all-reading-lis

    - that idea is aimed at giving Instructors/collaborator '360' view of lists for courses, - and in some respects is aided by the Leganto Course Operator role, but the need for course level discovery is not really met fully yet.

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    2 comments  ·  Leganto  ·  Admin →
    Chris Jones commented  · 

    In addition, the Course Reserves role in the front-end may ease some of this access, bu the point about seeing courses as access points rather than individual lists is still an issue

    Chris Jones commented  · 

    As an extension of this, it is important for any user for list discovery outside of the VLE/CMS to be able to potentially say 'Show me all lists associated with this course'.
    The Public Find lists functionality permits this to some extent from the May release, but the search does not return lists of courses, just lists of lists, and if there are multiple lists for a course it would be better to be able to do a structured search, or 'browse' all (published) available lists for a course, and indeed therefore all courses which have lists by academic department. Lists discovery from the Find list page (signed in or not) is important in its own right.

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    0 comments  ·  Alma » Analytics  ·  Admin →
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    2 comments  ·  Alma » Analytics  ·  Admin →
    Chris Jones commented  · 

    The only workaround for this seems to be in narrative view - this would be such a big help and smooth the gap between Analytics v Alma inline workflows in several areas, electronic resources, Leganto reading lists and similar where actionable hyperlinks could support workflow steps currently only achievable from extracts or more manual work-arounds.

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    3 comments  ·  Leganto  ·  Admin →
    Chris Jones commented  · 

    Hopefully the Feb 2019 'Disabling availability links' largely addresses this, though there were some issues raised around the direct linking behaviour where Check availability reappeared if certain links were disabled/hidden. This is subject to further work from Ex Libris, expecting a list update.

    Chris Jones commented  · 

    Hi,
    It's possible that the NERS Request 5892 voted through from the 2018 ballot will address much of this, i.e. "Ability to manage which links display for a citation in Leganto"

    Currently there are two levels of service visibility in Leganto's front-end:
    i) Brief view (list level) - which behaves according to the configured customer settings for "force_direct_uresolver"
    ii) The full item view (a lesser-travelled road for eresources, probably) which will show all the services, as you say in Links and Availability.
    Connected to this, I know we're reviewing our Alma Fulfillment/ display logic configuration for the Online Services Order, to potentially boost publisher platforms and non-archive collections, and look again at Display logic rules to see if any collections could even be hidden in the context of others being present.

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    2 comments  ·  Leganto  ·  Admin →
    Chris Jones commented  · 

    With the Primo Normalization Rules, the PNX>Leganto mappings and Brief Citation Display there is a lot of functionality now around this, but it would be useful to do more with the punctuation handling of the creator or addata/au addata/addau punctuation. Might be useful to have a wider list discussion on this as doubtless display preferences vary regionally and institutionally for certain data points.

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    3 comments  ·  Leganto  ·  Admin →
    Chris Jones commented  · 

    Has this one been addressed indirectly from the August 2018 release? 'existing Library tag type was renamed Instructor-Library. A new tag type, Library-Internal, was added and is visible only by librarians (in Alma and Leganto)'.

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    3 comments  ·  Leganto  ·  Admin →
    Chris Jones commented  · 

    I wonder whether people feel that the sort and my lists filter added in the August 2018 release and associated with SF cases 00463479 00343562 00404230 has gone much of the way to addressing the course list/my lists separation?

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    1 comment  ·  Primo » Primo VE  ·  Admin →
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    Chris Jones commented  · 

    This is a major user with the loss of the heavily-used folder and annotation features (pseudo-reference management for higher education users is expected for large numbers of items).
    Design consistency in Ex Libris products would be welcomed here - you can search my collection in Leganto for example.

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    1 comment  ·  Leganto  ·  Admin →
    Chris Jones commented  · 

    The Changes in May release have made this less of an issue (as items can be dragged straight into a list, though the extra 'click to see the add action' is still present.
    https://knowledge.exlibrisgroup.com/Leganto/Release_Notes/01_2018/08_May_2018/Leganto_Release_Notes_May_2018

    This idea is much less important now.

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