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JSTOR Update WALDO Vendor Day Bethlehem, PA July 10, 2012. John Lenahan Laura Sialiano JSTOR І Portico. Introduction. Laura Sialiano – Outreach Coordinator Main POC Content Questions Billing Related Questions Access Related Issues participation@jstor.org 212-358-6436

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JSTOR Update

WALDO Vendor Day

Bethlehem, PA

July 10, 2012

John Lenahan

Laura Sialiano

JSTOR І Portico

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Introduction

  • Laura Sialiano – Outreach Coordinator
    • Main POC
    • Content Questions
    • Billing Related Questions
    • Access Related Issues
    • participation@jstor.org
    • 212-358-6436
  • Jason Phillips – Institutional Outreach Director
    • Site Visits
    • Strategic Questions
    • 212-358-6413
  • John Lenahan
    • Associate Vice President, Institutional Participation and Strategic Partnerships
    • Office: 212-358-6409
    • Email: john.lenahan@ithaka.org
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Our Organization

ITHAKA is a not-for-profit organization that helps the academic community use digital technologies to preserve the scholarly record and to advance research and teaching in sustainable ways.

We pursue this mission by providing innovative services that aid in the adoption of these technologies and that create lasting impact.

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Our Services

  • IthakaS+Ris a research and consulting service that focuses on the transformation of scholarship and teaching in an online environment, with the goal of identifying the critical issues facing our community and acting as a catalyst for change.
  • JSTORis a research platform that enables discovery, access, and preservation of scholarly content.
  • Portico is a digital preservation service for e-journals, e-books, and other scholarly e-content.
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Turnaways by Collection

Date Range:

1/1/2011 -12/31/2011

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Turnaways by Discipline in theArts & Sciences VIIICollection

Date Range:

1/1/2011 -12/31/2011

The Arts & Sciences VIII Collection had the most archive 'turnaways' of all collections in 2011.

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Sessions Referrer Sources

Academic Library

Top 10 Referrers

JSTOR

All Sites, All Referrers 2011

jstor usage data turnaways
JSTOR Usage Data > Turnaways
  • Turnaway data led to explorations on sustainable ways to extend access to affiliated and unaffiliated individuals
early journal content
Early Journal Content
  • Published pre-1923 in U.S.; pre-1870 elsewhere
  • 500,000+ articles from 200+ titles
  • Free to anyone, without registration, without institutional affiliation
register read
Register & Read
  • Beta
  • ~70 titles from ~30 publishers
  • Archive Collection content only
  • Experiment to extend access to content in the JSTOR archive to new audiences, especially ‘unaffiliated’ scholars
institutional finder proxy re direct7
Institutional Finder (Proxy Re-direct)
  • EZProxy, Shibboleth and WAM Proxy
  • Same day installation: support@jstor.org
jstor local discovery integration ldi pilot
JSTOR Local Discovery Integration (LDI) Pilot
  • April 2011: Initiated JSTOR-Summon (SerialsSolutions) pilot with Arizona State Univ., North Carolina State Univ., and Univ. Sydney
  • May 2011: Began JSTOR-Primo (Ex Libris) pilot with Vanderbilt Univ., Northwestern Univ., and Oxford Univ.
  • June 2011: Begin JSTOR-EDS (EBSCO) pilot with Univ. Georgia, Millersville Univ., Univ. Chicago, Univ. Liverpool
  • October 2011: Launched JSTOR-WorldCat (OCLC) pilot with Univ. Arizona and Univ. Alberta
  • June 2012: Evaluate pilot and report to JSTOR participants at ALA Annual meeting
results overview
Results Overview
  • Highest usage occurred in Zero Results scenario

Date range: 9/16/2011-5/18/2012

ldi pilot results
LDI Pilot: Results
  • Across all discovery services, the link on the Zero Search Results page was the most used (accounting for 44% of links back to discovery service)
  • Link to discovery service from the article view was the least used
  • Discovery services unable to provide statistics on user behavior once they navigate from JSTOR to the discovery service (though OCLC may be able to going forward)
  • Feedback from partners:
    • No negative feedback on discovery service integration from students/faculty
    • Sense that usage of discovery link was lower than expected; will establish benchmarks going forward
    • Test different/more prominent display of links
    • Next steps: extend pilot to additional institutions
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JSTOR Archive Collections

  • 11 Multidisciplinary Collections
    • Arts & Sciences I through XI
    • Life Sciences Collection
  • 10 Discipline Specific Collections
    • Business I, II, and III
    • Ireland Collection
    • Language & Literature
    • Mathematics & Statistics
    • Music
    • Biological Sciences
    • Health & General Sciences
    • Ecology & Botany
  • Primary Source Collections
    • Struggles for Freedom in Southern Africa
    • African Cultural Heritage Sites & Landscapes
    • 19th Century British Pamphlets
    • JSTOR Plant Science
arts sciences xi
Arts & Sciences XI
  • A&S XI Humanities Collection
  • Primary clusters in Literature, History, and Fine Arts.
  • Other discipline clusters will include Bibliography, Library Science, Religion, Philosophy, Archaeology, Performing Arts, Film Studies, and Linguistics.
  • Minimum of 125 titles by the end of 2014
  • Signed content dates back to 1783
  • 10 titles more than 100 years old
  • Currently includes journals from 15 countries.
  • Earliest content from 1783 with over 20 titles pre 1960
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Current Scholarship Program: Details

  • Current journal issues alongside archival content on the JSTOR platform
  • Access up to 231 current titles from 38 publishers across a wide range of disciplines.
  • Single Titles
  • Discipline Packages
  • All titles included in a JSTOR archival collection
csp value propositions
CSP Value Propositions
  • For Libraries and Users
    • Current content on single, trusted, and highly-preferred platform along with the archival content.
    • Familiar interface and tool set
    • Flexible subscription options
      • Individual titles
      • Discipline packages
      • Discounted publisher packages available
    • Digital preservation and post-cancellation access
    • COUNTER compliant usage reports
    • Single license and point of purchase across many publishers and titles
    • Order directly through JSTOR, WALDO or a subscription agent
portico digital preservation services
Portico Digital Preservation Services
  • Portico’s objective is to help libraries make a secure and reliable transition from print to a reliance on e-content.
  • Portico delivers content to libraries when publishers are unable to do so.
publisher participation portico progress
Publisher Participation & Portico Progress
  • Over 2,000 publishing entities:
    • commercial houses
    • professional societies
    • university presses
over 700 participating libraries
Over 700 Participating Libraries

2012 library participants

  • 68-member Portuguese library consortium (B-on)
  • 10 new libraries in UK (JISC)
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Faculty Recognize the Value of Adding Books to JSTOR

“If JSTOR were to incorporate digital versions of scholarly books…how much more valuable would that make JSTOR to you?”

  • Links between journals and books on JSTOR will enhance the user experience:
    • Estimated 600,000 citations in JSTOR are to books, with strong concentration in humanities and social sciences
    • Journals in JSTOR contain nearly 2 million book reviews

Source: Ithaka S+R Faculty Survey 2009

books at jstor principles
Books at JSTOR: Principles
  • 2,000+ front-list titles
  • 12,000+ back-list titles
books at jstor models
Books at JSTOR: Models
  • Flexible Purchase Options
    • Individual titles
    • Collections by discipline (customizable)
    • Single- and unlimited-user options
    • Demand driven acquisition
books at jstor models1
Books at JSTOR: Models
  • Unlimited Simultaneous Users
    • Unlimited, simultaneous user access
    • Unlimited online reading, chapter downloads, printing
    • Available for many books
books at jstor models2
Books at JSTOR: Models
  • Single Simultaneous User
    • Single user access
    • 30 chapter downloads per year
    • Digital rights management (DRM) on downloads
    • Available for all books
books at jstor models3
Books at JSTOR: Models
  • Single User Download Options
    • Library may purchase additional downloads
    • Library may purchase two additional copies