As discussed in the comments, the digitisation of a resource indicates a change of format rather than a new resource type, so we won’t be introducing this resource type
When bookmarking, the Online Resource button doesn't appear for all online resource types - e.g. linking to an ejournal article and selecting Article as resource type doesn't enable access via the blue button.
Rather than select Website or Webpage when bookmarking an ejournal article we would like students to be able to see that the link leads to an article (not a digitised text) Please could you add Electronic Article to the drop-down selection, and enable it to show the blue button. Thank you.
Min Allen, University of Roehampton3 votes
As discussed with Min, I am declining this idea because I believe a solution to the underlying problem will be addressed when we implement this idea:http://ideas.talisaspire.com/forums/32805-talis-aspire-ideas-archive/suggestions/3172829-online-buttons-on-the-main-list-page-to-be-managed
Please see idea comments for further information about the reasons.
Could we have Electronic book and Electronic journal as resource types, please? It would be helpful to identify at a glance the different 'formats' for a resource.1 vote
A eBook is the delivery mechanism, the resource type would still be considered a book, so we would not add an eBook resource type
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