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Using JUSP to help with the SCONUL return18/10/2016
Introduction
»How to run and interpret reports and figures
»Think about how you can use JUSP reports in your
workflows
»Us...
Outline
1. Usage statistics reported in the SCONUL return
2. JUSP SCONUL returns report for journals
3. JUSP SCONUL return...
SCONUL return
»Total number of full-text article requests (JR1 or
equivalent)
»Total number of book section requests (BR2 ...
Poll
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Have you previously used the JUSP
SCONUL return report?
Please vote in the poll, and add comments to the chat.
How to run and interpret the journal
SCONUL report
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Demo
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Demo
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Demo
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What do you do with these figures?
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Approaches to using the JUSP SCONUL report
»To use the data in the SCONUL return total, you could…
1. download the report ...
JUSP SCONUL report in Excel
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How to run and interpret the book
SCONUL report
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Poll
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Are you likely to make use of the JUSP
SCONUL returns reports in future?
Please vote in the poll, and add comments...
Identifying and reporting issues
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• Has it changed platform?
• Check publisher issues tabZero counts
• CheckYOUR DATA to see if all months have been coll...
Any questions?
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Using JUSP to help with the SCONUL return

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Slides from the JUSP webinar run on 18th October 2016 looking at how to run and interpret both the journal and book SCONUL return reports in JUSP.

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Using JUSP to help with the SCONUL return

  1. 1. Using JUSP to help with the SCONUL return18/10/2016
  2. 2. Introduction »How to run and interpret reports and figures »Think about how you can use JUSP reports in your workflows »Use JUSP reports with confidence Learning outcomes 2
  3. 3. Outline 1. Usage statistics reported in the SCONUL return 2. JUSP SCONUL returns report for journals 3. JUSP SCONUL returns report for books 4. Reporting issues and missing data 5. Questions 3
  4. 4. SCONUL return »Total number of full-text article requests (JR1 or equivalent) »Total number of book section requests (BR2 or equivalent, multiplying factor to be used for BR1) »1st August to 31st July E-resource usage statistics 4
  5. 5. Poll 5 Have you previously used the JUSP SCONUL return report? Please vote in the poll, and add comments to the chat.
  6. 6. How to run and interpret the journal SCONUL report 6
  7. 7. Demo 7
  8. 8. Demo 8
  9. 9. Demo 9
  10. 10. What do you do with these figures? 10
  11. 11. Approaches to using the JUSP SCONUL report »To use the data in the SCONUL return total, you could… 1. download the report and add in additional publishers 2. copy selected figures into an existing template or list 3. use a single “JUSP total” figure and add big platforms 4. other method »What is your preferred method? Add comments to the chat. If you are not sure, select option 5. 11
  12. 12. JUSP SCONUL report in Excel 12
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  16. 16. How to run and interpret the book SCONUL report 16
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  19. 19. Poll 19 Are you likely to make use of the JUSP SCONUL returns reports in future? Please vote in the poll, and add comments to the chat.
  20. 20. Identifying and reporting issues 20
  21. 21. 21 • Has it changed platform? • Check publisher issues tabZero counts • CheckYOUR DATA to see if all months have been collected • Run previous SCONUL return report for comparison • Run JR1 to ensure usage is as expected for all months Low counts • Check time period selected • Run previous SCONUL return report for comparison • Run JR1 to ensure usage is as expected for all months High counts • Check publisher issues tab Missing publishers Contact the JUSP Helpdesk jusp@jisc.ac.uk
  22. 22. Any questions? 22

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