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Allow List Publishers to see when a list was last reviewed

List Publishers cannot currently see the Review History of a list - they can only see the "Updated" data, which is often misleading for lecturers as "Updated" includes updates by Library staff, such as adding e-book links or updating editions. Thi...
Guest 8 months ago in User roles and permissions 1 Reviewed - on hold

Configure default dates in standalone digitisation form

Currently the standalone digitisation form prepopulates the start and end date for a request as today's and tomorrow's date respectively. This will never reflect the actual dates required and creates confusion. Ideally we would like to be able to ...
Chantal Tucker about 1 month ago in  TADC 3 Reviewed - on hold

Customized cover images

Possibility to upload cover images for List items. Right now only a few resources will generate cover images in the list (mainly paper books), we would like to have an option to upload images. This would be a lot more visually attractive for stude...
Niels Holtkamp 8 months ago in Edit List 2 Reviewed - on hold

Tickbox for academics to indicate when they are the author of a list item

In the feedback for our University's last submission to the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) it was suggested that we could have done (even) better if we'd been able to demonstrate how the University's research is integrated into its teaching. ...
Guest about 1 month ago in Reports 1 Future consideration

Add 'Selected Pages' as a 'Resource Type' in reading list and change Page fields for 'From-To' to just 'Pages'ages

Currently the 'Resource type' in the metadata of a resource on a reading list has chapter, article, document etc. There are many times when a list owner requests selected random pages that are not a whole chapter and it is difficult to show that. ...
Karen O'Donoghue 9 months ago in  TADC 1 Reviewed - on hold

Ability to 'cut & paste' sections of a reading list into another reading list. I work on multiple programmes where my subject is one of several within a module, each of which has its own, specific reading list associated. With the current set-up, this means that my texts need to be painstakingly added to each. functionality that enables you to lift whole sections (or a link to all/part of another reading list) would save huge amounts of time each year.

Subject Leads; Module Leads; Programme Leads; Those working on a portfolio of courses
Guest 9 months ago in Edit List 1 Reviewed - on hold

Filter reading list to items with library notes

We use Library notes to document if a unit will be moving to another edition or title in the following offering. It would be useful to be able to filter the reading list to show only items with library notes, so that post rollover, staff can quick...
Bex Carruthers 7 months ago in Edit List 2 Planned

Talis Elevate to integrate with resources similar to the YouTube integration

In the ideal situation, Talis Elevate would be able to integrate or skin resources in a similar way it does for YouTube. ie. instead of having to download the resource to upload into your module, you could add a resource by pasting the URL into th...
Bex Carruthers about 2 months ago in Elevate 1 Reviewed - on hold

Enable list student numbers to be updated in bulk via an uploaded Report

Currently the student number on lists has to be updated manually and individually. This is timeconsuming and tedious. It would be wonderful if the student numbers on lists could be updated in bulk via an uploaded report, the same way hierarchy nod...
Sarah @ AUT 9 months ago in Reports 3 Reviewed - on hold

★ Make the 'Unpublished changes!' warning bar float as you scroll down a list

Unfortunately our users tend to miss the 'Unpublished changes!' yellow warning bar. If it floated as you scrolled down the list (like the 'Back to top' button and Table of Contents/Filters do), it would be more visible and obvious to users.
Sarah @ AUT 10 months ago in Edit List 2 Planned