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Advisory Board Meeting 30 March 2012. Agenda: Welcome and introductions Actions from last meeting Terms of Reference Membership JISC eCollections Service Update JJA Budget Platform update Requirements Log New content New technologies Evaluating the platform

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Advisory Board

Meeting

30 March 2012

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Agenda:
  • Welcome and introductions
  • Actions from last meeting
    • Terms of Reference
    • Membership
  • JISC eCollections Service Update
  • JJA Budget
  • Platform update
  • Requirements Log
  • New content
  • New technologies
  • Evaluating the platform
  • Next steps / project plan
  • AOB & date of next meeting
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Actions from the last meeting

Terms of reference updated : http://www.jiscecollections.ac.uk/advisory-board/jjaadvisoryboard/

Membership – need to discuss this again

Other action are agenda items

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157 institutions supporting JISC eCollections
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Planned embedding activity
    • Monthly newsletter like JUSP one
    • Supporting digital and information literacy
    • Focus groups on teaching tools to help develop digital literacy
    • Focus groups on usability
    • Usage campaign
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Budget and Sustainability
  • JISC eCollections Service Budget
  • Service Fees
  • Development Funding Available
  • Members are invited to note and discuss the Service Budget and the Development Funds
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Development Fund

We currently have £52,315 available for JISC Journal Archive developments

How should this be spent?

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Platform update
  • Content update
  • Functional updates
  • Library discovery service update
  • COUNTER statistics
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Development Log
  • This log lists current suggested enhancements to the service that we have received from users
  • They have been looked at by the software developers to specify rough time and costs to get this done
  • We need to prioritise how important these are and add any additional features we require
  • Once the board has prioritised a more detailed specification of each development will be written and passed on to the developers
  • We would like the Advisory Board to assist in testing the developments
  • The log will be posted on the JISC eCollections website
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Members are invited to discuss the

development log and prioritise the

developments in order of importance in

accordance with the ToRand the budget available

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New Content

JISC Collections is going to release an ITT for new content archives

What are we missing?

Hosting as a new direction?

Open Access?

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New technologies

Mobile devices

API’s

Formats

Utopia

Members are invited to discuss new technologies that may enhance use of JJA

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Evaluating progress & success
  • Y1: Need to gather data to inform strategy, evaluate progress and to be able to put together proof for sponsors etc
  • Suggestion to use: Toolkit for the Impact of Digitised Scholarly Resources - http://microsites.oii.ox.ac.uk/tidsr/
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Methodology: Quantitative
  • Benchmarking usage of JJA against publishers platforms(bi-annual)
  • Benchmarking usage (annual)
  • Web analytics / Log files / COUNTER (Google / Mimas) (quarterly)
  • Referrer links analysis (Bi-annual)
  • Surveys by JISC Collections & Mimas (annual)
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5514 total downloads

363 journals out of 610 (excluding OUP upgrade)

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The Top 10

JR1a: successful FT article requests from an archive by month and journal (all institutions)

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The Bottom 10

JR1a: successful FT article requests from an archive by month and journal (all institutions)

209 journals have had 10 or less downloads

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Methodology: Qualitative
  • Focus groups – understand use and how can help embed use (annual)
  • User testing – performance, accessibility (annual)
  • Feedback on lists / helpdesks / twitter (quarterly)
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Evaluating progress & success
    • Members are invited to discuss the proposed methods for evaluating JISC Journal Archives.
    • Following feedback, JISC Collections will write the evaluation plan and put into action
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Next Steps / Project Plan

Members are invited to now agree the focus for

the next 6 months to which JISC Collections and

Mimas will work

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