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Gateways intermediaries and platforms in JUSP

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Slides from a JUSP webinar presented on 14th March 2017.

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Gateways intermediaries and platforms in JUSP

  1. 1. Gateways, intermediaries and platforms in JUSP Paul Meehan 14/03/2017
  2. 2. What we’ll cover This webinar focuses on journal gateways / platforms only »Which gateways are included in JUSP »How we handle different platform / gateway usage »How to view this usage in JUSP »HighWire »“Other” platforms »Use cases »Help and support 14/03/2017 Journal usage data from gateways, intermediaries and platforms in JUSP 2
  3. 3. List of aggregators / platforms in JUSP »We currently collect usage for the following aggregators and platforms: › EBSCOhost (JR1) › ProQuest (JR1) › Publishing technology (ingentaconnect) (JR1, JR2) › HighWire › “Others” – see later »Historical platforms: SwetsWise, Ebsco EJS 14/03/2017 Journal usage data from gateways, intermediaries and platforms in JUSP 3
  4. 4. What we do – and don’t do! »We DO extract data from gateways for publishers that are JUSP participants »We DO provide reports that display (or aggregate) this usage alongside or combined with publisher data »We DON’T gather data for non-JUSP publishers* »Therefore … we DON’T display complete gateway reports 14/03/2017 Journal usage data from gateways, intermediaries and platforms in JUSP 4
  5. 5. Ingenta / EBSCOhost / ProQuest reports »We gather these files monthly and extract data for those publishers which are signed up to JUSP »Data for non-JUSP publishers are ignored »Data are stored in a format so that they can be viewed alongside or combined with data directly obtained from publishers »Issues can arise where gateways use historic ISSNs or omit identifiers; dealt with on a ‘best case’ basis 14/03/2017 Journal usage data from gateways, intermediaries and platforms in JUSP 5
  6. 6. Viewing gateway / intermediary usage »JR1 reports including gateways and intermediaries »Individual journal(s) search and usage »JR2 reports including gateways and intermediaries »Annual summary use of gateways and intermediaries »Summary reports eg SCONUL »Trends over time »Usage profiling 14/03/2017 Journal usage data from gateways, intermediaries and platforms in JUSP 6
  7. 7. Example 1 – JR1 including gateways 14/03/2017 Journal usage data from gateways, intermediaries and platforms in JUSP 7
  8. 8. Example 2 – annual summary report 14/03/2017 Journal usage data from gateways, intermediaries and platforms in JUSP 8
  9. 9. Example 3 - SCONUL 14/03/2017 Journal usage data from gateways, intermediaries and platforms in JUSP 9
  10. 10. HighWire »Reports contain data for ~ 110 publishers; 22 in JUSP »Data extracted for all publishers but displayed for participants »If HW publishers signs agreement, we can display data »No complete HW platform report available »Multiple issues – many accounts, duplication, title assignment, restatement, missing data, canned data 14/03/2017 Journal usage data from gateways, intermediaries and platforms in JUSP 10
  11. 11. “Others” - Project MUSE, JSTOR, AIP »JSTOR and MUSE are treated as publishers in JUSP »We display usage as being from that publisher, not any component imprint or publisher »Individual journal search will show usage across the different sources »AIP reports also contain various society titles but these are ignored as we don’t have agreements with them 14/03/2017 Journal usage data from gateways, intermediaries and platforms in JUSP 11
  12. 12. Use cases »Quickly see overall usage of a title »Compare usage of titles on different platforms »Compare usage of different publishers »Easily spot patterns or unusual use JUSP reports enable you to… 14/03/2017 Journal usage data from gateways, intermediaries and platforms in JUSP 12 Publisher 1 Publisher 2 Publisher 3 Publisher 4 Publisher Ingenta EbscoHOST ProQuest
  13. 13. Use cases »Identify titles with alternative access that may be cancelled »Provide evidence for a particular access route to be maintained »Demonstrate a platform preference by users »Show value for money »See overall use of a subscription, and use this to calculate full cost* per use * Note JUSP does not contain cost / pricing information 14/03/2017 Journal usage data from gateways, intermediaries and platforms in JUSP 13
  14. 14. Help and support »Guides to reports »Helpdesk: jusp@jisc.ac.uk »FAQ »Webinars and training materials »Use cases »All available via JUSP website 14/03/2017 Journal usage data from gateways, intermediaries and platforms in JUSP 14
  15. 15. Any questions? 1514/03/2017 Journal usage data from gateways, intermediaries and platforms in JUSP
  16. 16. COMING SOON “Book reports in JUSP” April 2017 1614/03/2017 Journal usage data from gateways, intermediaries and platforms in JUSP

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