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Changelog v.1.9

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Introducing consortial functionality to Skilltype.

 Screenshot of Skilltype A-Z browse page for consortium members
 
Browsing members of a consortium from the admin dashboard.

 

Feature focus: Consortia 🔧

We are excited to begin supporting library consortia on Skilltype. A library consortium, or a system of libraries, is now able to establish a data sharing relationship with its members on Skilltype, and allow expertise data to roll up to the consortium level. For a deep dive on Skilltype for Networks, and what we set out to accomplish in version one, watch our latest monthly update here.

Improvements

  • You can now search for organizations using Skilltype within the search bar.

  • Personal feeds are now controlled solely by your interests, and no longer incorporating by your skills and product experience.
  • Interests now include products you want to learn, as opposed to only including skills you want to develop.
  • OCLC Research and CALM Conference have been added to the browse page

Fixes

  • Duplicate profile photos no longer appear on Ipad and tablet web browsers.
  • Location changes now appear without refresh on user and organization profiles.

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