We’ve made Summon (branded as CityLibrary Search) our primary discovery route via the Library’s homepage, which I suppose is as near as we’ll get to a formal launch of Summon 2.0, so here’s to it!
Congrats! any feedback received yet?
Not yet, but very few students about at the moment! We’re currently wrestling with some of the bugs with Summon 2.0, which is making life quite interesting…
A few staff have commented that they like 2.0 better than the old version, which is good. No-one has said they *don’t* like it.
How’s the speed?
Not great to be honest, interestingly it seems to be based on the memory of the PC on which it is being used as opposed to the browser. The “working” animation when retrieving results should help…
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