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JR2 and JR5 reports in JUSP

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Slides from the JUSP webinar run on Wednesday 7th December 2016 on 'JR2 and JR5 reports in JUSP'.

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JR2 and JR5 reports in JUSP

  1. 1. JR5 and JR2 reports in JUSP Paul Meehan and LauraWong 07/12/2016
  2. 2. Learning outcomes »What are JR5 and JR2 reports? »How the JUSP community uses these reports »How the reports appear in JUSP »Which publishers do we provide these reports for? »“Real world” issues and case study »Next steps – developing additional reports 07/12/2016 JR5 and JR2 reports in JUSP 2
  3. 3. Journal Report 5 307/12/2016 JR5 and JR2 reports in JUSP
  4. 4. What is the JR5 report? “Number of Successful Full-text Article Requests byYear of Publication (YOP) and Journal” Multiple entries possible for same journal, depending on publication year for articles downloaded / viewed e.g. in April 2016, “Nature” titles published in 2015 had 11 views, whereas titles published in 2014 had 25 views. Overall totals should match JR1 COUNTER definition 07/12/2016 JR5 and JR2 reports in JUSP 4
  5. 5. How are libraries using the JR5? » Evaluating current subscriptions and front file usage » Evaluating archive or backfile purchases, subscriptions and freely available content »Looking at usage from a subject/discipline view – do subjects have different downloading habits? 5 Journal Report 5 – usage by year of publication 07/12/2016 JR5 and JR2 reports in JUSP
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  8. 8. JR5 in JUSP 8 PublicationYear 0000 – none given 9999 – in press Supports ranges e.g. 1995-1999 07/12/2016 JR5 and JR2 reports in JUSP
  9. 9. Journal Report 2 907/12/2016 JR5 and JR2 reports in JUSP
  10. 10. What is the JR2 report? “Access denied to full-text articles, by month and journal” Number of turnaways for each title and reason directly from a selected publisher over a selected period of time 10 COUNTER definition 07/12/2016 JR5 and JR2 reports in JUSP
  11. 11. How are libraries using the JR2? » Identifying and providing evidence for backfile purchases » Identifying and providing evidence for substitutions » Identifying and providing evidence for subscriptions »Evaluating the potential value of publisher package offers 11 Journal Report 2 – access denials by month and year 07/12/2016 JR5 and JR2 reports in JUSP
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  14. 14. JR2 in JUSP 14 The most common reason for access denied is due to "content item not licensed" and this is specified under "MetricType" as "no_license". Other possible types are "turnaway" due to simultaneous/concurrent user limit allowed by the licence, or "other" for any other reasons. 07/12/2016 JR5 and JR2 reports in JUSP
  15. 15. Which publishers supply JR2/5 to JUSP? » IEEE, Karger 15 Journal Report 2 only (2) Journal Report 5 only (1) » Annual Reviews Reports date to Jan 2015 where available, others have been tested and don’t currently conform to guidelines, some are “in progress” Both reports (11) » ACS, BioOne,CUP, Elsevier, Emerald, ICE, MIT, Nature, OUP, Springer,Wiley 07/12/2016 JR5 and JR2 reports in JUSP
  16. 16. Using reports in the real world … 16 Putting e-journal turnaway figures into context – Using the COUNTER Journal Report 2 to make evidence-based decisions Leon Perry,University of Portsmouth http://www.sconul.ac.uk/sites/default/files/documents/21_15.pdf Raises some “real world” issues with regard to using the JR2 reports and data 07/12/2016 JR5 and JR2 reports in JUSP
  17. 17. Using reports in the real world … 17 Report showed that 1 in 7 attempts to access articles resulted in a turnaway, but the reasons were very varied. In some cases, titles received 1,000 or more turnaways! » Does Portsmouth have access to the titles? » Are users trying to access direct publisher content or going via a different route? » Uncertainty over discovery platform that should be used » Helps inform purchasing decisions › E.g. demand for older articles (can buy as one-off) › No access to current content, could be due to deal available › Titles changed platform or supplier » Helps update local discovery service details / content 07/12/2016 JR5 and JR2 reports in JUSP
  18. 18. Next steps - JUSP »Continue to add JR2/5 reports from JUSP publishers »Work with publishers to resolve COUNTER / SUSHI issues » Work with aggregators e.g. EBSCO, IngentaConnect »Additional reports › “JR2plus” and “JR5plus” type reports › Annual summary reports – is this needed (no SCONUL requirement) »What wouldYOU like to see? Email jusp@jisc.ac.uk with your ideas 1807/12/2016 JR5 and JR2 reports in JUSP
  19. 19. “JR2 plus” 1907/12/2016 JR5 and JR2 reports in JUSP Combines direct publisher JR2 data with data from gateways and intermediaries Sortable in usual ways
  20. 20. Any questions? 2007/12/2016 JR5 and JR2 reports in JUSP
  21. 21. COMING SOON “Quiz the JUSP team” January 2017 2107/12/2016 JR5 and JR2 reports in JUSP

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