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Jisc webinar: How to measure use and impact of your journal subscriptions (JUSP)

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During times of economic constraint, accurate and comparable usage reports are essential to fully understand the value of journal subscriptions. Built in response to demand from UK higher education …

During times of economic constraint, accurate and comparable usage reports are essential to fully understand the value of journal subscriptions. Built in response to demand from UK higher education libraries, the Journal Usage Statistics Portal (JUSP) enables librarians to access usage data quickly and efficiently, providing a single point of access for libraries to view, download and analyse their journal usage reports for the publisher deals to which they subscribe.

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  • Slide 2Without COUNTER of course none of this would be possible because for the portal to succeed it must offer reliable data. All our reports are based on the main COUNTER reports the JR1 and the JR1a.  
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    • 1. http://www.flickr.com/photos/koenvereeken/2088902012/
    • 2. Session outline Adding value to JUSP• Introduction to JUSP• Live demo• Future plans• Q&A
    • 3. • Supports UK academic libraries by providing a single point of access to e-journal usage data• Assists management of e-journals collections, evaluation and decision-making• Provides statistics to ensure the best deals for the academic community http://www.flickr.com/photos/nostri-imago/3137422976/
    • 4. • 141 libraries in JUSP• All UK higher education institutions are welcome to participate• http://jusp.mimas.ac. uk/participants.html http://www.flickr.com/photos/ellf/3910635234/
    • 5. How libraries are to JUSP Adding value using JUSP• Informing decisions for substitutions/cancellations• Collecting data for regular reporting and decision making• Assisting academic departments in understanding resource use• Making effective use of staff time
    • 6. 19 publishers • AAAS • AIP • Annual Reviews • BioOne • BMJ • EUP • Elsevier • Emerald • Future Medicine • IOP Publishing • IOS Press • Nature Publishing Group • Oxford University Press • Project MUSE • Royal Society of Chemistry • SAGE • Springer • Taylor & Francis • Wiley-Blackwell3 intermediaries • Ebsco EJS • Publishing Technology (ingentaconnect) • Swets http://www.flickr.com/photos/27205670@N00/543219767/
    • 7. • Standardized Usage Statistics Harvesting Initiative (SUSHI)• M2M way of gathering statistics• Replaces the user- mediated collection of usage reports• 12 JUSP SUSHI clients available• SUSHI server to gather data from JUSP http://www.flickr.com/photos/ragingwire/3395161474/
    • 8. COUNTER usage reportsJR1• Journal Report 1: Number of Successful Full-Text Article Requests by Month and JournalJR1a• Journal Report 1a: Number of Successful Full-Text Article Requests from an Archive by Month and Journal / http://www.flickr.com/photos/bionicteaching 2920562020/
    • 9. JUSP report type JUSP report titleJournal level reports • JR1 and JR1A reports • JR1 reports inc gateways and intermediaries • JR1 reports excluding backfile usageSummary reports • SCONUL return • Summary of publisher usage • Summary use of gateway and host intermediaries • Summary use of backfiles • Tables and graphs • Which titles have highest use • Number of titles and requests in usage rangesExperimental reports • NESLi2 deals • Titles vs NESLi2 deals • Individual journal search and usage • Breakdown of publisher usage (title and year)(title and date range)
    • 10. HelpingAdding value to JUSP a deal to judge the value ofJUSP enhancements: • Adding subscribed or core titles • What titles are in the deal?
    • 11. Adding subscribed or core titles Adding subscribed or core titles• How much are the subscribed titles being used?• How much are other titles in the deal being used?• Does usage show that the deal offers better value than individual subscribed titles?
    • 12. What titles are in the deal? What titles are in the deal?Accounting for nil usage• Does the JR1 report contain titles that are not available in the collection the library subscribes to?• Does the JR1 report contain titles that are no longer part of the current deal e.g. name changes, publisher changes?
    • 13. How many titles are in the deal?Project Muse JR1 for 2011 for a library with theBasic Research Collection– Titles in the Premium Collection in the JR1 498 Titles in the Basic Research Collection 206 Titles in the JR1 not available to the Library 29259% of titles in the JR1 are not in the library’sdeal and will show nil use.
    • 14. JUSP enhancements• Usage patterns of subscribed or core titles• Identification of titles in the deal or collection within the JR1 report• Adding more publishers
    • 15. Future developments What titles are in the deal?• Adding more publishers• Completing work on enhancements• Continuing to develop JUSP with help from community• Sustainability models
    • 16. Support What titles are in the deal?We are doing various things to help people useJUSP more effectively:• Developing support materials• Running training events• Interoperability with other tools
    • 17. What titlesQ&Ain the deal? arePlease ask your questions by typing into the textbox now.