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Data Discovery and Decision Making
Data Discovery and Decision Making
Data Discovery and Decision Making
Data Discovery and Decision Making
Data Discovery and Decision Making
Data Discovery and Decision Making
Data Discovery and Decision Making
Data Discovery and Decision Making
Data Discovery and Decision Making
Data Discovery and Decision Making
Data Discovery and Decision Making
Data Discovery and Decision Making
Data Discovery and Decision Making
Data Discovery and Decision Making
Data Discovery and Decision Making
Data Discovery and Decision Making
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Data Discovery and Decision Making

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  • 1. Sujay Darji, Swets Andrew Nagy, Summon Ann Campion Riley, University of Missouri Aaron Woods, Alexander Street Press
  • 2.  How do new tools change the way information from publishers and vendors interact?  How do new tools change the way users access information?  How do new tools change the way librarians track the way users access information?  How does all this affect the way librarians make decisions on what to purchase?
  • 3. Simple Easy Fast
  • 4. Unified Index
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  • 6.  Competitors are now collaborative partners  Metadata can no longer be married to the interface
  • 7. EBSCO Discovery Service Serials Solutions Summon ExLibris Primo Central OCLC WorldCat Local Innovative’s Encore BlackLight Vufind
  • 8.  To measure value for money (cost per click)  To inform purchase decisions  To justify budgets to university  To charge back to faculties  To identify training issues  To understand user behaviour and trends The value of usage statisticsThe value of usage statistics
  • 9. The Problem The Solution
  • 10. Price per Use ReportPrice per Use Report
  • 11. Total monthly usage over years 0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 250,000 300,000 350,000 400,000 450,000 500,000 January February March April May June July August September October November December Month Usage(FTarticlerequests) 2008 Usage 2009 Usage 2010 YTD Usage
  • 12. Andrew Nagy Market Manager North America Discovery Services 1.215.501.2988 Andrew.Nagy@Serialsolutions.com Aaron Wood Director, Software Product Management 1.800.889.5973 ext 122 Awood@astreetpress.com Sujay Darji Electronic Product Manager The Americas 1.856.312.2332 Sdarji@us.swets.com Ann Campion Riley University of Missouri Associate Director for Access, Collections and Technical Services 1.573.882.1685 Rileyac@missouri.edu

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