Library Review report - review outcomes
* Review decisions - for a given date range, an all-List Item report on Review Outcomes (e.g. 'How many "On order" items were created from Review in August 2010')
Isabel Holowaty commented
We have often multiple outcomes (decisions) but the current csv export only records a single outcome. Ideally we'd like to get a report with all outcomes and notes which can then be filtered and passed on to the relevant colleagues.
Emma Hollinshead commented
We would like to see this at Aston too. Is there any news from Talis on whether this is likely to be taken forward for a future release?
David Peacock commented
We would also like an “all reviewed items report”, which would include an outcomes field which we could filtered by. Currently we cannot report on reviews at an item level.
(we could then have a global list of all items requiring a digitisation, or all items that need book ordering etc)
Natalia Gordon commented
I would like to add my support for this idea, as Reviews is integral to our workflow and the ability to report on the Outcomes would be beneficial.
We now use the Outcomes within Review as part of an established workflow. To be able to pull out a list of all items e.g. scan requested, would help other departmental sections manage their workflows.
Andrew Loverock commented
I agree strongly with Richard and Philip. I simply cannot get enough data out of Aspire currently to help with workflow management and to inform other library colleagues about progress with reviews.
Philip Barraclough commented
This is a key function we at Warwick would like to see. Would make life a lot easier for our colleagues in other teams (e.g. that handle print collections or scanning) who have an item by item workflow (as opposed to a list by list workflow like our acquisitions team) and aren't interested in the nitty gritty of lists and modules.
Ideally, we would like to be able to run off a CSV and filter it by which items had specific review outcomes, and then pass the file onto our colleagues as required.
Annette Moore commented
This is a key function that we would like to see at Sussex.