Summon usually overlays (via CSS) a 'Full text' icon: on the chosen format icon to indicate the items immediate availability online. But sometimes the phrase 'full text' doesn't cut it for some formats, for example Naxos audio streams.
Does it confuse patrons? Do they understand what the little sun is telling them? Is there a better wording? Like say 'Click to view' or 'Available Now'?
What do you think? Are 'full text' and 'online' libraryspeak?
The other issue Suzy highlighted was that Summon isn't consistent and from the user perspective uses three different icons for effectively the same thing:
- Book 'full text'
- eBook 'full text'