Add a request digitisation button in the review screen
Could there be a 'request digitisation button' in the review process so that they could be requested as you go?
We are considering this for the next round of work we will do on the Reviews area of Talis Aspire and will feedback to our UX and Development Teams,
doteage manygoalie commented
This was discovered during a recent process evaluation conducted by the University of Nottingham and Talis. We were wondering if there was any news on whether or not this will go forward, and if so, when the next round of work in the Reviews section may begin: https://phrazle.co
Kristinn Miller commented
This was discovered during a recent process evaluation conducted in collaboration with Talis for the University of Nottingham. At the moment, leaving the review, finding the relevant reading list, and identifying the correct item on the list is required in order to raise a scanning request for it.
john Krapraneath commented
This is a great idea because we frequently need to return to the list, enter edit mode, find the content, and then submit a https://word-hurdle.com/ review request.
Pauline Wheeler commented
This has been identified in a recent process review carried out in conjunction with Talis for the University of Nottingham. We wondered if there was any update on whether this might go ahead and when the next round of work for the Reviews area is likely to be.
Please see Jenny Hill’s comment below on the value this would add to our current workflows.
Amjad Husain commented
I would like to have some way of moving seamlessly move from Reading lists to TADC and vice vera? If this idea is devleoped, please add a feature to help us move back in the other direction too.
Jenny Hill commented
This would be very useful for us at the University of Nottingham.
We have an efficient workflow for dealing with scanning requests which the Talis integration with the DCS is going to streamline for us. When our Acquisitions and Collections staff are reviewing lists they sometimes come across entries which it would be sensible to raise a scanning request for - a service which we hope to expand due the time savings the DCS integration will bring us.
At the moment it is necessary to leave the review, find the relevant reading list and identify the correct item on the list in order to raise a scanning request for it. If they could do this by clicking a button within the reviews screen it would save significant time and allow us to improve our service.
[Deleted User] commented
Interesting - How would the licence limits work for chapters ? e.g. where a book has been referred to several times on a list, with no or the same importance every time?
Peta Hanley commented
This is an excellent idea, as we often need to go back open the list, go into edit, find the content then request review
Peta Hanley commented
This is an excellent idea as we often then need to go back to the list and then edit to do this