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JUSP workshop - update and experience exchange

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Presentation from the JUSP workshop on Thursday 13th July 2017. Includes update from JUSP team.

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JUSP workshop - update and experience exchange

  1. 1. JUSP workshop: Update and experience exchange Manchester 13/07/2017
  2. 2. Welcome 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 2
  3. 3. What we’ll cover 1. Introductions 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 University 5. Sharing current practice (Group activity) 6. Lunch 7. Looking forward – future developments 8. JUSP data visualisation and hands on 9. Using JUSP and visualising data using PowerBI - Amanda Swann, Manchester Metropolitan University 10. Doing more with JUSP usage data (Group activity) 11. Final questions and reflections on the day 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 3
  4. 4. Introductions »Name »Organisation »What would you like to learn today? »What is your favourite thing about JUSP? 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 4
  5. 5. 2016-17: summary of activities from the JUSP team What have we been up to? 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 5
  6. 6. Summary »More publishers and reports »Working with publishers to ensure compliance »Case studies and use cases »Data visualisations usingTableau »4 webinars and 3 workshops »Attended events and conference »Overseas consortia and institutions »Single JUSP SUSHI server »E-books usage data research »Set up 14 new libraries »Restated lots of data »Supported Jisc Collections negotiations »Kept JUSP running! 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 6
  7. 7. JUSP Case Studies Using JUSP data to evaluate the effectiveness of discovery services • 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 patterns Using JUSP to support renewal and purchasing decisions • 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 spreadsheet 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 Brunel University 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 7 jusp.jisc.ac.uk/case-studies
  8. 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 opportunities 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 8
  9. 9. Using JUSP eBook data at the Open University Alison Brock,The Open University 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 9
  10. 10. Using JUSP andTrello to track e-resource renewal decisions Mitchell Dunkley, De Montfort University 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 10
  11. 11. Sharing current practice How are you using JUSP? 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 11
  12. 12. Discussion 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 12 »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?
  13. 13. Lunch 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 13
  14. 14. Looking forward – JUSP plans Paul Meehan and Dave Chaplin 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 14
  15. 15. Future developments »Database, platform and multimedia reports »Data visualisations »COUNTER Release 5 »Title and deal information revamp »Library Support Services transformation What’s next? 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 15
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  18. 18. Data visualisations in JUSP 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 18
  19. 19. Data visualisation in JUSP »What do you like/dislike? »How will you use these? Testing and feedback 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 19
  20. 20. Using JUSP and visualising data using PowerBI Amanda Swann, Manchester Metropolitan University 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 20
  21. 21. Doing more with JUSP and usage data What would you like to do with JUSP and usage data over the next year? 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 21
  22. 22. Ideas 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- books’ »Write ideas on post-it note and stick on wall (5 minutes) »Sort into themes, pick 4 topics and break into groups to discuss 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 22
  23. 23. Discussion 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 23 Why do you want to do this? What are the challenges? What steps do you need to take? How can JUSP help?
  24. 24. Themes from today 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 24 »Integrating usage data and JUSP in your workflows »Sharing and presenting data »Making more use of the additional reports in JUSP
  25. 25. Have we covered everything? Any questions? 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 25
  26. 26. Reminder of action As a result of attending I want to: Action: By: 13/07/2017 JUSP workshop 26

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