Workflows / Mappings - User shared content

RDA-127 Allow consortial members to share user-created documents

Use Case

It would be very useful for groups such as a consortium to be able to create and share consortial policies/workflows, etc. across institutions without sharing them globally with all RDA Toolkit users.

RDA-62 Allow link icons in Workflow documents to appear in printouts

Use Case

Link icons (RDA, AACR, etc,) disappear from workflow documents when you print them. Would like the icons to remain in place when printing workflows.

RDA-61 Add LCPS icon to the Workflow Editor link tool

Use Case

When creating links in the Workflow editor, an icon specific to the document being linked to appears in the display. However, this is not true for LCPS. There should be an LCPS icon that appears with workflow links to LCPS.

RDA-60 Change the default font in the Workflow editor to 11.5 Arial

Use Case

Workflow content displays differently in the editor tool than it does when it is shared on RDA Toolkit. Users would like the two displays to match.

RDA-92 Allow Multiple Users to Edit the Same Locally Shared Workflow

Use Case

Institutional Subscribers would like to allow several users within their institution to share authorship of a workflow. Presumably a locally shared workflow could be opened for editing by any user with a profile account associated with the subscription. This would allow both collaboration on workflows and the ability for some users to inherit ownership of workflows.

RDA-57 Add More Robust Functionality to Workflow Editor

Use Case

Users has requested added functions and improved performance for the workflow editor, including adding line numbering and improving importing of data so that the format is retained.

RDA-24 Add Metadata to Workflows

Use Case

Workflows and Mappings on RDA Toolkit are powerful tools that are likely to proliferate over time. As the number of these items grows users need the ability to filter, search, and sort user-created content to ensure finding the most useful information.

RDA-13 Add Creative Commons License to User Generated Content

Use Case

Many RDA Toolkit subscribers and their parent institutions find the current RDA Toolkit License inflexible in regard to the copyright license users must grant to the Co-Publishers in order for us to allow for public sharing, modification, and reuse of Workflows and Mappings.

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