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Dimensions of Discovery: Information Retrieval and the User Experience (Core IG Week) - Shared screen with speaker view
Jenny Levine (Core staff, she/hers)
11:50
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Jenny Levine (Core staff, she/hers)
12:43
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Erica Findley
18:26
Could you please repeat them name of the organization that wrote the accessibility metadata framework?
Julie Carmen
20:58
I love the versatility that can be gained with the note fields, especially adding to more discoverability to researchers!
Jennifer Page
21:24
Is there a link to the accessibility metadata framework document?
David Bigwood
22:58
EPUB Accessibility 1.0 Conformance and Discovery Requirements for EPUB Publications Recommended Specification 5 January 2017 http://idpf.org/epub/a11y/
Jim Hahn
23:00
Thanks for the questions, we’ll circle back to each of them at the end of the presentation!
Jennifer Page
23:11
Thank you, David!
Amy Herman
23:49
Will slides or a recording of this presentation be available afterward?
Jim Hahn
24:12
Yes we will have both available
Richard Guinn
24:15
I was wondering the same with recording/slides
Richard Guinn
24:16
thank you
Patrick Harrington
25:10
When using accessibility fields such as the 341 and 532 do you take the text of the note from the resource? Or is it language that is provided by catalogers/by policy?
Adam Schiff
27:46
Shouldn't your label for 655 be Genre/Form rather than appearing under Subjects?
Kelley McGrath
28:27
Are you on Primo BO or Primo VE? And do your resource type facets list captioned videos under both videos and captions?
Norma Nemett
30:02
yes can see screen
tris shores
30:14
Thank you Teressa, that was very informative!
Jesse Lambertson
30:26
@Adam, I think genre/form in alma defaults to subjects. I think it takes some customization to change to genre/form...
Jaime Taylor
32:14
seconding what Jesse just said about Alma, and also Primo, defaults
Adam Schiff
32:16
@Jesse: probably right. We have changed Primo to display genre/form under a separate label. These aren't subjects and don't belong there
Teressa Keenan
32:48
User Experience Guide for Displaying Accessibility Metadata https://w3c.github.ioa11y/UX-Guide-Metadata/principles
Adam Schiff
32:56
I do wish vendors understood the difference
Tura Dover
33:26
Thank you for the link Teressa, but it didn't work for me
Allison Bailund
33:32
https://w3c.github.io/publ-a11y/UX-Guide-Metadata/principles/
Tura Dover
33:52
that worked!! thanks!
Jesse Lambertson
35:08
@Adam @Jaime Yes, I also wish vendors would realize the difference.
Teressa Keenan
35:18
controlled vocabulary for W3C Web Schemas Accessibility wiki https://www.w3.org/wiki/WebSchemas/Accessibility
Pat Dunn
35:27
Petra the Anteater! So cool, as I am an UCI alumna!
Josh Hutchinson
35:43
Zot zot zot!
Pat Dunn
36:06
Straight from B.C.! funny!
Pat Dunn
37:11
He was Peter in my day...
Josh Hutchinson
37:20
Petra's his sister.
Josh Hutchinson
37:28
She's a community member; he's a student.
Pat Dunn
37:40
Thanks, Josh.
Anchalee Panigabutra-Roberts
43:12
Thanks so much for all the presentations. I have to go to another meeting & looking forward to slides and recording later.
Karla Jurgemeyer
48:15
how did you identify records that already had 586 notes? local parameter in Analytics? or an indication rule in Metadata Editor?
Jesse Lambertson
50:34
How has the user testing has gone? Have you, say, tested whether using a local 'series' may have been an option to bring these titles together in a different and complementrary way with discovery options? Just curious
Karla Jurgemeyer
50:43
thanks
Justine Withers
52:00
+1 to Jesse's question on series: I'm trying to decide that for our library now
Beth Picknally Camden
52:27
Have you considered using Alma batch tools to add notes, rather than cut/paste?
Karla Jurgemeyer
52:34
could someone from the 2nd presentation share a link to your diversity book awards collection page in primo?
Patrick Harrington
52:59
Thank you Teressa!
Josh Hutchinson
53:05
https://uci.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/discovery/collectionDiscovery?vid=01CDL_IRV_INST:UCI
Josh Hutchinson
53:12
That's the collections we have up now.
Josh Hutchinson
53:59
I think there are more in our sandbox that we're still testing.
Jesse Lambertson
56:40
thank you
Miranda Bennett
56:46
For UCI group: Are you able to get analytics about how many users are accessing records/content via Collection Discovery?
Norma Nemett
57:02
will you be forwarding a copy of these slides or a recording of the presentation to us?
Cynthia Johnson
57:05
Yes, we will be using this feature for some books with donor information, for example.
Mary Rudman
57:05
Are the Alma/Primo collections something that is only available for Primo VE?
Jim Hahn
57:19
Yes we will be forwarding slides and recording
Norma Nemett
58:36
thanks Jim
Jenny Levine (Core staff, she/hers)
59:14
Keep the discussion going - if you're not already a member of this interest group, you can join it at https://connect.ala.org/core/communities/community-home?CommunityKey=b0d090a6-4e86-4dc2-842d-aced8bbdd190
Bela Gupta
59:19
Norma, the presentations will be posted on the IG Week Program Schedule and Ala Connect
Allison Badger
59:25
Great presentations!
Jesse Lambertson
59:33
thank you everyone
Shaye Caban
59:37
These were both great! I have ideas for both accessibility and book collections
Julie Carmen
59:58
Thanks for a great presentation!
Jodee Kuden
01:00:24
Question to UCI, is this just print books? Ebooks in diversity collection?
Ewa Dzurak
01:00:30
Thank you- great presentations
Maria De La Torre-Lomeli
01:00:59
thanks to everyone for the information
Karla Jurgemeyer
01:01:08
are these awards mostly for fiction?
Audrey Wilcox
01:01:09
Thank you for all the great info!
Dave Van Kleeck
01:01:10
Thank you to the presenters and to the hosts!
Jennifer Page
01:01:13
Thank you - great presentations and information, which give me food for thought!
J Delfs
01:01:16
Thanks you!
Pat Dunn
01:01:29
Very interesting presentations. Thanks to all!
Emory LaPrade
01:01:40
Thank you to the presenters! This was really awesome!
Norma Nemett
01:01:47
Thanks everyone
Jesse Lambertson
01:02:07
the batch loading and pulling individual titles out ofd batch loads would be a manual task indeed
Jesse Lambertson
01:02:22
yep
Dee Wallace
01:03:01
Thank you for sharing your ideas and experiences! Great presentations.
Patrick Harrington
01:03:11
Thank you for these great presentations!
Amanda Xu
01:03:14
Thanks everyone
Tracy Ruppman
01:03:19
Thank you!
Daniel Naas
01:03:20
Thank you!
Elizabeth Bodian
01:03:21
Thank you, this was amazing!
Jessica Efron
01:03:22
Thank you all. Great stuff.
Beth Picknally Camden
01:03:26
Other ideas for enrichment in DEIA?
john butler
01:03:28
Thank you everyone
Tanesa King
01:03:29
Thank you!
Lynn Gates
01:03:33
Thanks you!
Margie Wade
01:03:34
Thanks :)
Daniel Naas
01:03:34
about to add Collection Discovery myself, good to see how others use it
Paromita Biswas
01:03:37
Thank you@
Zimra Panitz
01:03:38
Thank you, very informative about the accessibility fields.
Beth Bechtel
01:03:40
Thank you so much for presenting these topics! This is wonderful information!
Jesse Lambertson
01:03:41
cheers all
Allison Badger
01:03:43
Thank you!
Donna Kahelin
01:03:43
thank you
Tura Dover
01:03:45
thank you!
Michelle Morehouse
01:03:47
Thanks