Explanation regarding the various fields used in the stakeholder description is provided in Stakeholder template.

Field name Description
Stakeholder Name Teacher
Stakeholder Class Normal operator/user
Stakeholder Role A person who can influence many people, especially pupils or students to become patrons of the local library. In communities lacking a local library, teachers can work together to create one. See also teacher (in the Actor Atlas).
Stakeholder Rationale Teachers know the wide range of factors such as wealth, access to internet, knowledge and availability of library services, literacy, etc. that determine potential access to library services in communities.
Involvement The stakeholder will be involved via a number of household journeys that are representative for various community resource endowments (wealth, access to the internet or not, living in rural area, …)
Classes of knowledge1 Teachers will be aware of the kind of services that will attract members of the local communities, pupils and students in particular, to use the library
Hands-On Users: If the stakeholder is a hands-on user of the product, then consider below additional fields
User name/category teacher
User role perform certain tasks for all members of a class (e.g. make reading lists, ensure libraries are sufficiently resourced for reading lists of classes)
Subject matter experience usually either journeyman or master
Technological experience all technological experience levels are prevalent: novice, journeyman, and master
Other user characteristics a teacher's access to (local) library services depends on factors such as mobility and proximity, access to internet
Priority key
User participation The stakeholder will be able to participate to surveys to improve insight in how the registering as a library patron by local community members (part of a household journey) depends on local resource endowments
Non-functional requirements
Project Issues 27-Idea for solution: re-engineer the use of reading lists