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    backlog  ·  7 comments  ·  Talis Aspire Reading Lists » Reporting  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Clinton Bell commented  · 

    Being able to export the statistics would also allow for easier comparison and analysis of aggregate statistics, e.g. you could easily calculate the total number of clicks, or the number of lists created by each faculty.

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    Clinton Bell commented  · 

    Reversing the order (newest to oldest) might also help. The current teaching periods are the most likely to be selected, so it would make sense for them to be at or near the top.

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    backlog  ·  Keji Adedeji responded

    This is not currently in our near term development focus so it has been moved to the longer term backlog. It will be merged with a similar existing idea.

    Ideas may be graduated from the backlog as we get through the ones that are planned.

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    2 comments  ·  Talis Aspire Reading Lists » Users & Roles  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    backlog  ·  Keji Adedeji responded

    We would like to review the dashboard can be shared with academics where permissions and roles are not given to them.

    However, this is not currently 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.

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    10 comments  ·  Talis Aspire Reading Lists » List Editing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    backlog  ·  Keji Adedeji responded

    This is not included in the scope of the reviews refresh but 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.

    Clinton Bell commented  · 

    I would prefer this to remain non-compulsory, at least for the moment. We don't rely on Aspire for ordering and the way the importance feature is currently used doesn't always map very well to our lists.

    eg. for us a "prescribed text" would normally mean a textbook students are expected to purchase, but there is no option for other required readings, such as from journals or online sources.

    A lot of our academics also like to have the prescribed text and required / recommended / suggested readings in separate sections, as this is more obvious for the students and allows navigation directly to a section via the Table of Contents. This makes setting the importance tags somewhat redundant. There is an option to sort by importance, but that completely removes the sections so you can no longer see which topic or week a reading is needed for (if the list is set up that way) and means an extra click to change the sorting every time you look at the list.

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    23 comments  ·  Talis Aspire Reading Lists » List Editing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    We have been reviewing this idea following on from the list edit work that has been taking place and would like to now explore this piece further.

    This is an example of how an idea may be declined at a point in time but as we explore and develop new areas we do review all ideas past and present and consider them all.

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    backlog  ·  Keji Adedeji responded

    We think this is a valuable idea and something we will wish to investigate in the future, however its not in our near term development focu so its on our longer term backlog

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