JUSP - The JISC Journal Usage Statistics Portal. Ross MacIntyre, Mimas The University of Manchester [email@example.com]. Timeline. JISC Collections USAGE STATISTICS PORTAL SCOPING STUDY: PHASE ii TECHNCIAL DESIGN AND PROTYPING INVITATION TO TENDER Summary
Ross MacIntyre, Mimas
The University of Manchester
USAGE STATISTICS PORTAL SCOPING STUDY: PHASE ii
TECHNCIAL DESIGN AND PROTYPING
INVITATION TO TENDER
1.This invitation to tender invites bidders to submit proposals to undertake to the technical design and prototyping for a Usage Statistics Portal
2.The deadline for proposals is 12:00 noon on Monday 14 July 2008. The work should start no later than end of July 2008. The work a detailed technical specification and design for the Usage Statistics Portal, and a scoping of costs required to bring it to production, and final report should be complete by 1st March 2009.
‘Nesli2 Analysis of Usage Statistics’
’Usage Statistics Service Feasibility Study’
to assist and support libraries in the analysis of NESLi2 usage statistics and the management of their e-journals collections.
JR1 = Number of Successful Full-Text Article Requestsby Month and Journal
JR1a = Number of Successful Full-Text Article Requestsby Month and Journalfor a Journal Archive
JR2 = Turnawaysby Month and Journal
JR3 = Number of Successful Item Requests and Turnawaysby Month, Journal and Page Type
JR4 = Total Searches Runby Month and Service
JR5=Number of Successful Full-Text Article Requestsby Year of Publication and Journal
DB1 = Total Searches and Sessionsby Month and Database
DB2 = Turnawaysby Month and Database
DB3 = Total Searches and Sessionsby Month and Service
JISC Collections Benchmarking Survey – March 2010 statistics as currently downloaded individually from publisher websites
Usage Statistics Portal: Benchmarking functionality
76 Institutions responded to our short survey in reference to the usage statistics portal (benchmarking functionality). Our findings are as detailed below.
Question 1: How useful would it be for you to benchmark your institution’s journal usage for each individual NESLi2 publisher against that of other HE institutions?
38 / 76 (50%) = Very useful
36 / 76 (47.4%) = Somewhat useful
2 / 76 (2.6%) = Not useful
Question 5. Regarding questions 2-4 above, please indicate which would be your preferred choice regarding benchmarking (74 responses)
37 / 74 (50%) = Named institution
23 / 74 (31.1%) = Listed anonymously (same JISC band)
14 / 74 (18.9%) = Average usage by institutions in the same JISC Band
Questions 10: Regarding questions 7-9 above, which would be your preferred choice? (74 responses)
37 / 74 (50%) = Being anonymised within my JISC Band
30 / 74 (40.5%) = Other institutions being able to see my institution's name
7 / 74 (9.5%) = Being part of an average figure for the Band I am in
3.1The Institution hereby agrees to:
3.1.1 permit the Consortium to include its COUNTER-compliant Usage Statistics in the database created for the Journal Usage Statistics Portal Service;
3.1.2 permit the Consortium to display the COUNTER-compliant Usage Statistics via the Journal Statistics Portal Service;
3.1.2 permit the Consortium to show the COUNTER-compliant Usage Statistics to other participating libraries in the Journal Usage Statistics Portal Service for benchmarking purposes; and
3.1.3 be identified in the Journal Usage Statistics Portal Service by: (1) institutional name; (2) JISC Band and (3) institutional group.
4.RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CONSORTIUM
4.1The Consortium agrees to:
4.1.1 only provide access to any COUNTER-compliant Usage Statistics collected by the Consortium to authorized users from other participating institutions in the Journal Usage Statistics Portal Service and the Consortium partners;
4.1.2 use authentication for access to the Journal Usage Statistics Portal Service; and
4.1.3 permit JISC Collections to use the COUNTER-compliant Usage Statistics in the Journal Usage Statistics Portal Service database for negotiation purposes with publishers within the framework of NESLi2.
3.1The Publisher hereby agrees to:
3.1.1 provide the Consortium with the COUNTER Usage Statistics of the Institutions, including by using the SUSHI Protocol;
3.1.2permit the Consortium to include the collected COUNTER-compliant Usage Statistics in the database created for the JISC Journals Statistics Portal Project;
3.1.4permit the Consortium to show all COUNTER-compliant Usage Statistics to any NESLi2-eligible Institutions for their own usage assessment and for benchmarking their own usage against that of other Institutions;
3.1.5 permit the Institutions to use the information in the JISC Journals Statistics Portal for their SCONUL returns and any other uses agreed between the Publisher and the Consortium;
3.1.6 provide the Consortium with usage statistics which are in compliance with the latest COUNTER guidelines; and
3.1.7 implement the SUSHI Protocol.
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