How can we improve Copyright Clearance in Talis Aspire?

Removal of "check for local electronic submissions" button for journal article extracts

Reading list entries for journal articles have a link to "check for local electronic subscriptions".

Where articles are digitised, the link to the digital extract is further down the page. It is sometimes necessary to scroll down to see this, particularly on mobile devices and other small screens. Hence, student clicks on "click to see e-sub" link (and gets "not available" message) and does not realise that digital extract is available as this is not visible.

Can this "check for local electronic subscriptions" link be removed in cases where there is a digital extract available? (Generally , there should not be an e-subscription in cases like this as it is a condition of the licence that we have no e-copy available.)

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  • Peter commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Similarly, where we have a scan for a book chapter and this is added to the book entry on the reading list, if the book is not in stock in the library the student sees information that the book is not available on the catalogue and a prompt to buy the book from Amazon. We need to change the material type to "document" in order for the student to see the link to the scanned chapter more clearly.

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