When users click on a broken link, they should have the option of reporting the problem. "Report a problem (with this resource)" which, when taken, should include the link and basic metadata for the resource with the option for the user to provide usual name/email/description information.45 votes
Students should be able to report the inability of accessing materials. This should be passed to central e-mail account (to library not academic)4 votes
Improving the feedback mechanism is not in our near term development focus, so it has been moved to the longer term backlog.
Ideas may be graduated from the backlog as we get through the ones that are planned.
It would be useful to help take reading lists to the next level to have a box where students can provide feedback on the list, which could be seen by library staff and academics. Constructive feedback might help academics to make improvements, e.g. this list is too long; there are discrepancies between what is on the Talis list and what is held elsewhere; this list is not sufficiently structured
It would help us (as the library) know what to advocate with academics about!1 vote
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