Thank you, Susanna, that is incredibly helpful!
Thank you for the suggestion! We are very interested in learning more about how our users would prefer to interact with OASIS on-the-go. Do you anticipate using a mobile interface for your day-today selection and ordering? Which activities would you be most likely to engage in? Reviewing slips? Authorizing orders? Performing complex searches? Adding one-off titles to lists and the cart?
Thank you for the suggestion! Are you only interested in EBSCO audio books or do you ever consider acquiring these from additional vendors, as well?
That is a really interesting idea. Thank you for the suggestion! Would you be mostly interested in seeing in stock versus not in stock, or would you like to see more specific information around the non-stock items and their anticipated availability?
Thanks very much for such detailed feedback. Do you find that the drop-down for "Title" from the Quick Search is useful at all, or provides similarly relevant results as the "ti" option that you referenced from worldcat? Or do you only choose the Advanced Search page over the Quick Search toolbar?
Is there any reason that you wouldn't use OASIS for an unknown item search, over a resource like Amazon?
Would you find it useful to be able to include binding and other descriptors in the keyword search, or would it be too frustrating to have to learn another vernacular for the different fields?