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Add streaming video titles to OASIS
The marketplace for ordering individual streaming video titles is confusing and diffuse, much like ebooks were several years ago. As with ebooks, we'd be inclined to order many more of these if the process of finding the titles and platforms on which they're accessible were easier.2 votes
Display newer editions of a title when performing an ISBN search
One of the limitations on OASIS is that it is not immediately obvious whether there is a newer edition of a title available. Performing a title search can be problematic especially when searching for generic titles. It is often easier to search on Amazon as they clearly identify whether a newer edition is available. It would be nice if we had another tab similar to “Alternative formats” which would allow us to check for “Alternative editions”.36 votes
EBSCO e-Audio Books
Want to purchase these via OASIS rather than going outside the workflow3 votes
Please consider adding streaming video service Films-on-Demand to the OASIS offerings.3 votes
Add Kanopy platform
I would like to be able to purchase streaming video from the Kanopy platform on OASIS.3 votes
Add Gale platform
Please add single-title purchasing of ebooks on the Gale platform.1 vote
This project has been started, with a planned late Q2/early Q3 release.
Allow libraries to purchase titles on the Credo platform.1 vote
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