6. What does JUSP do for libraries?
JUSP gathers your usage data from multiple publishers
and presents this in a single interface with a variety of
reports and helpful functionality
7. Benefits of JUSP
» single point of access to journal and ebook usage data
» save time and duplicated effort
» simple way to analyse usage trends and provide evidence of value
8. What does JUSP do?
DOAJ KB+ core titles
Deal title lists
Journal level reports
Titles and deals reports
9. What is COUNTER?
» Journal report 1 (JR1) - Number of
successful full-text article requests by
month and journal
» Journal report 1a (JR1a) - Number of
successful full-text article requests from
an archive by month and journal
» Journal report 1 GOA (JR1 GOA) -
Number of successful Gold Open Access
full-text article requests by month and
13. How libraries use JUSP
“obtaining usage data for multiple
platforms when doing the SCONUL Return
and conducting serials/subscription
14. How libraries use JUSP
“Checking stats for our annual journals
review - stats help the library and
Faculty staff to assess value based on
CPU* (although this is not the sole
*cost per use
15. How libraries use JUSP
“I look at the reports on JUSP 2 or 3 times a
year to get an indicator of how much
journals across my Faculty are being used
and report any concerns to relevant
16. How libraries use JUSP
“I use JUSP to generate statistics such (as)
most used titles and most used publishers. I
display these on our website, to promote e-
resource usage to university staff and
17. How libraries use JUSP
18. Discussion on journal usage statistics
What report(s) would you use if you
need to provide evidence of value at
How would you present this
19. Discussion on journal usage statistics
What are the pros and cons of the
individual title search?
How is marking up core titles useful?
What are the limitations?
20. Discussion on journal usage statistics
What reports do/would you find most
useful for determining overall usage of a
deal and why?
What other information would you use
to inform any decisions?
21. Discussion on journal usage statistics
How would/do you use the JUSP
SCONUL return report in your
preparation for the SCONUL return?
If you don’t submit to the SCONUL
return, how might you use this summary
22. Discussion on journal usage statistics
What steps would you take if you found
anomalies in your data? For example, a
large spike in usage in a particular