Learning history and job role now live.
Users can now keep track of learning from the My Items tab.
Learning History: One of our most requested features has been the ability to view your Skilltype history. Traditionally, most of us rely on a combination of browser history, calendar appointments, and email confirmations to tell the story of our learning moments throughout the year. With the introduction of learning history, we're delivering tools that give you more time back in the day.
Job Role: To date, Skilltype users have been able to perform a self-assessment of their skills and interests, but have not been able to self-describe the area of the library those skills are being applied to. While job titles and job families are a parochial descriptor whose meaning applies in your local context, job roles can be more universally applied. You can now select one of 40 job roles from your user settings panel.
Bookmarks are now listed in the order they were created, as opposed to the order the resource was added to Skilltype.
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