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Status Reviewed - on hold
Created by Sarah @ AUT
Created on Sep 14, 2023

Enable students to mark a resource as useful (👍) or not useful (👎)

Currently students can only set reading intentions or write private notes on reading lists.

It would be great if a student could also mark a resource with a thumbs up (👍) or thumbs down (👎) based on how useful they perceived it to be.

This could be helpful for students who want an alternative to writing private study notes, and could be useful for revision purposes.

The list 'Anaytics' should also show the total number of thumbs up (👍) or thumbs down (👎) for each resource, so lecturers can see the reception of each resource.

This could indicate to lecturers that they may need to add or clarify a 'Note to students' about why/how the resource is relevant/useful/on the list, what they should focus on/take note of while engaging with the resource.

Ultimately this feature could enhance students' experience using reading lists, and the use of reading lists as pedagogical tools.

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    Kate Broadfield
    Oct 20, 2023

    Lovely customisation idea - am adding it to the backlog for future consideration.