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JUSP for further education

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Introduction and overview of JUSP from the further education perspective.

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JUSP for further education

  1. 1. JUSP for further education Presenter: LauraWong 16 July 2018
  2. 2. What we’ll cover »Introduction and background »Uses for usage statistics »What JUSP does and where it fits in »How JUSP can help (with demo) »Example from Bradford College »Further resources »Questions 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 2
  3. 3. Poll Does your institution currently participate in JUSP? 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 3
  4. 4. Background and introduction »JUSP is a service that collects journal, book, database and platform usage reports on behalf of Jisc members »Started 2010 »JUSP stands for Journal Usage Statistics Portal »Books added 2016, databases/platforms added 2017 »Expanding number of institutions, publishers and reports »Growing interest from FE 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 4
  5. 5. Uses of usage data 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 5
  6. 6. Poll Do you currently collect, analyse or report usage data? 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 6
  7. 7. Informing decisions Purchasing and renewal decisions Cost-per-use or cost-per- download Trends Access denials What to buy, what to keep and what to cancel 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 7
  8. 8. Engaging stakeholders Building relationships with stakeholders Open dialogue with lecturers Start a conversation with management Engaging learners Stats as a starting point 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 8
  9. 9. Feedback and promotion Delivering the best service Underused titles Access issues High use titles Is it working? 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 9
  10. 10. Impact and value Demonstrating impact and value Reporting Value of your service Making a case Evidence Demonstrating impact and usage 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 10
  11. 11. What does JUSP do? 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 11
  12. 12. Collect – aggregate – report - analyse JUSP collects and aggregates data to help you report and analyse 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 12
  13. 13. COUNTER »COUNTER Code of Practice is a standard »COUNTER-compliant reports »Vendors use same set of rules for counting and displaying »Makes JUSP possible »More detail on the JUSP and COUNTER websites 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 13
  14. 14. Why JUSP? »Single user friendly interface »Title and summary level reporting »Data assurance »Community focus »National picture »Training and support 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 14
  15. 15. How can JUSP help? 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 15
  16. 16. Key JUSP publishers for FE »We have over 80 providers participating in JUSP and supplying different reports »Examples of publishers/providers with Jisc Collections FE agreements: › Annual Reviews, BMJ, Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, ProQuest, SAGE,Wiley »Not just Jisc Collections agreements. Full list: https://jusp.jisc.ac.uk/participants/ 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 16
  17. 17. Demo 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 17
  18. 18. Publisher selection menu 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 18 Saves time and frustration of logging into multiple systems and managing accounts
  19. 19. Your data »Screenshot showing - historical data 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 19 Historical data available is there for when you need it.
  20. 20. Annual summary report 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 20 Summary reports pulls data together for ease of reporting
  21. 21. Titles with the highest use 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 21 Quickly identify your most used titles. See what is going well, promote your usage or the title.
  22. 22. Data visualisations 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 22
  23. 23. Bradford College » Use as ‘one stop shop’ for usage on Journal article full text downloads » Analyse individual electronic journal subscriptions particularly renewals › Even more important with budget cuts » Looking for value for money › One approach is cost per article download › Would it be cheaper to cancel the subscription and use the Inter-library loan service? Individual journal renewals 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 23
  24. 24. Bradford College »Journal A cost £790.00 in financial year 2016/2017 »The total number of full text downloads was 235 »Cost per download = 790 divided by 235 = £3.61 »Library would renew this journal based on this information Example 1 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 24
  25. 25. Bradford College »Journal B cost £230 in financial year 2016/2017 »The total number of full text downloads was 2 »Cost per download is £115 »The Academic Liaison Librarian would liaise with the teaching department to discuss cancelling this journal Example 2 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 25
  26. 26. Bradford College »Compare usage for individual journals over a number of years »Check whether access was directly from the publisher’s platform or through an intermediary 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 26
  27. 27. Further information »Joining information - http://jusp.jisc.ac.uk/join/uk-academic-libraries/ »Can JUSP help? - http://jusp.jisc.ac.uk/docs/Can_JUSP_help.pdf »Use cases - http://jusp.jisc.ac.uk/use-cases/ »Case studies - http://jusp.jisc.ac.uk/case-studies/ »Glossary - http://jusp.jisc.ac.uk/glossary/ »Video guides - http://jusp.jisc.ac.uk/screencasts/ »Webinars and slides - https://jusp.jisc.ac.uk/events-training/ 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 27
  28. 28. Any questions? 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 28
  29. 29. Summary »Colleges collect usage data for a number reasons › e.g. informing journals renewals, reporting, promotion »JUSP helps with the burden of data collection »JUSP provides reports and visualisations that help you quickly and easily access, report and analyse usage data 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 29
  30. 30. jisc.ac.uk Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND Contact us Jisc Helpdesk help@jisc.ac.uk Subject: JUSP https://jusp.jisc.ac.uk 16 July 2018 JUSP for FE 30

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