3. What we’ll cover
2. 2016-17: summary of activities from the JUSP team
3. Using JUSP eBook data at the Open University - Alison Brock
4. Using JUSP andTrello to track e-resource renewal decisions – Mitchell Dunkley, De Montfort
5. Sharing current practice (Group activity)
7. Looking forward – future developments
8. JUSP data visualisation and hands on
9. Using JUSP and visualising data using PowerBI - Amanda Swann, Manchester Metropolitan
10. Doing more with JUSP usage data (Group activity)
11. Final questions and reflections on the day
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5. 2016-17: summary of activities from the
What have we been up to?
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»More publishers and reports
»Working with publishers to
»Case studies and use cases
»Data visualisations usingTableau
»4 webinars and 3 workshops
»Attended events and conference
»Overseas consortia and
»Single JUSP SUSHI server
»E-books usage data research
»Set up 14 new libraries
»Restated lots of data
»Supported Jisc Collections
»Kept JUSP running!
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7. JUSP Case Studies
Using JUSP data to
• Using JUSP to assess the effectiveness of the discovery service
at City, University of London
• Aston University’s use of JUSP to monitor changes in usage
Using JUSP to
support renewal and
• How De Montfort University used JUSP to increase the value
and relevance of its e-journal collection
• Integration of JUSP data into King’s College London’s e-usage
Using JUSP’s SUSHI
server with statistical
packages and tools
• Using JUSP with Alma at the Open University
• The use of JUSP with EBSCO Usage Consolidation at the
University of Liverpool
• The advantages of importing JUSP into 360 COUNTER at
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8. JUSP e-book usage stats research
»Conyers, A. et al., (2017). E-book usage: counting the
challenges and opportunities. Insights. 30(2), pp.23–30.
› DOI: http://doi.org/10.1629/uksg.370
»Full report will be available on the JUSP website
»Opportunities and actions
E-book usage: counting the challenges and
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9. Using JUSP eBook data at the Open University
Alison Brock,The Open University
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10. Using JUSP andTrello to track e-resource renewal
Mitchell Dunkley, De Montfort University
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»In small groups discuss the range of ways you use the data
in JUSP (15-20 minutes)
› Share an example of how you have recently used JUSP
– What was the purpose?
– Which reports and features did you use?
– Do others use JUSP in the same way?
– Are there different approaches to get to the same information/outcome?
› Summarise in flipchart and share with the group
– What are the common themes?
– Are there common or preferred approaches?
– Did you learn anything new or pick up any ideas?
19. Data visualisation in JUSP
»What do you like/dislike?
»How will you use these?
Testing and feedback
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20. Using JUSP and visualising data using PowerBI
Amanda Swann, Manchester Metropolitan University
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21. Doing more with JUSP and usage data
What would you like to do with JUSP and usage data over
the next year?
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What are your plans and priorities for JUSP and usage data?
»Over the next year I want to…
› For example, ‘start using turnaway data’, ‘make more use of the JR5’, ‘do a major review of e-
»Write ideas on post-it note and stick on wall (5 minutes)
»Sort into themes, pick 4 topics and break into groups to
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