How can we improve Talis Aspire Reading Lists?

Managing 'My Lists'

Could My Lists view be developed to include managing lists- showing status of lists and maybe to be able to filter lists by status or by department?

Regardless of the extent to which the library or academics are involved in the creation of lists- someone- somewhere will need to see an overview and be able to provide statistics.

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    12/06/2009 06:32:17 [Fiona Greig]
    To me this is too library centric - academics don't need this in the interface and what we should be doing is asking Talis when the reporting elements of the back-office bits of Aspire will be scoped.

    15/06/2009 07:09:47 [p.c.hignell]
    This is a feature that would be useful for Library Staff who are responsible for managing lists to track the progress. This wouldn't necessarily have to show in an academic view of TalisAspire - but isn't it something that they would want to know?

    28/07/2009 01:39:16 [Chris Clarke (Talis)]
    We've implemented some of these changes in our most recent release - My Lists is now a table view which can be sorted, making it easier to work with larger quantities of lists.
    We feel this work is equally valuable to library staff, students and academics - please tell us what you think and how you would like to see it further developed.

    28/07/2009 02:30:17 [a.moore]
    I really like the way this is developing, particular useful to be able to click on the table header to re-sort list. My initial thoughts on further developments are that I would want to know whether the lists were 'public', 'draft' or 'under review'.

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