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Summon Made Easy - Shared screen with speaker view
Huskins Library- Mitchell CC
06:03
We can hear you Erik!
tmadams
07:20
Should we be able to hear anything yet?
tmadams
08:08
great
Tim
08:18
Hi Claire
Claire Leverett
08:44
Hi!
bthooten472
09:10
Hello
UNC Asheville
10:49
yep
Huskins Library- Mitchell CC
10:54
yes
Samantha
11:17
Looks good!
asills
11:30
can't hear?
asills
12:23
i'm ok now
UNC Asheville
14:19
Encore?
Dana Glauner
33:34
Is there a way to add a library's catalog without including the consortium results? If our library does not have a book, but consortium libraries do, that can be confusing to a user.
lbur7387
34:39
We have "Institution Only" as an option
lbur7387
34:58
I think it was added when you were on vacation and I forgot to tell you :O
Claire Leverett
35:13
Hi Dana, there should be a filter that you can set in your admin controls, that allows you to filter out the consortium results as a default
Dana Glauner
35:50
Thank you.
pclec0
53:08
I have a question about peer review and scholarly peer review.
Jess Bellemer
53:15
Could we clarify the process for joining a Summon cohort to get everything started?
tmadams
53:28
Thanks for the presentaton
Jon Wilmesherr
53:48
Great job; Thanks for shairing!
pclec0
53:51
what is the difference between peer review and scholarly peer review? do they overlap?
Jess Bellemer
54:10
Thank you!
SCOTTWEIR
54:28
Can you elaborate on how 360 Link works and how it interacts with Summon?
UNC Asheville
55:13
Has anyone else had trouble with the ranking? We find that some searches bring up older resources, rather than more recent, better suited resources
rmitchell
55:21
some journals go through the peer review process and are not scholarly
pclec0
56:14
There are two limiters. One is called "peer-reviewed" There is another called "scholarly & peer review" They produce different results.
oliverd
57:44
I'm also curious about results ranking, there doesn't seem to be a consistent pattern
rmitchell
57:47
my guess is that some are actually scholarly and peer reviewed and the "peer reviewed" is probably not scholarly but goes throught the peer review process, maybe trade journals for example
pclec0
58:40
When will books/ebook results be separated?
rmitchell
58:53
definitely have had issues with ranking/relevance
Erik Sugg
01:00:19
Would the Resource Link Prioritization option have something to do with that?
UNC Asheville
01:02:30
We had them change an unused facet to "e-books"
UNC Asheville
01:02:46
So that patrons can separate them out from books
UNC Asheville
01:03:00
But we had to contact them, we couldn't do it ourselves
rmitchell
01:03:12
i think they have them the same because many identifiers use ISBN print for ebooks
Erik Sugg
01:03:15
Thanks, all!
bthooten472
01:03:24
Thank you!
Kimberley Balcos
01:03:25
Thanks!
bbenson90
01:03:32
Thank you
UNC Asheville
01:03:47
Thanks!
pclec0
01:03:49
Thanks.
Samantha
01:03:52
Thank you!
oliverd
01:03:56
thanks!
Yan Wang
01:03:59
Thanks and have a nice day!