JUSP in time: a partnership approach to developing a journal usage statistics portal
Abstract:The Journal Usage Statistics Portal (JUSP) service is expanding rapidly, and aims to encompass all NESLi2-participating publishers by the end of 2011, together with all UK higher-education institutions subscribing to deals from those publishers. A key part of the success of JUSP will be the implementation of the Standardized Usage Statistics Harvesting Initiative (SUSHI) protocol for automatic harvesting of usage statistics directly from publishers. This article outlines development of the service and describes how JUSP is working with Oxford University Press to deliver usage statistics to libraries. We also describe future developments at JUSP, including the creation of our own SUSHI server, and explain how new initiatives and enhancements are developed and rolled out in conjunction with our participating institutions.
Document Type: Case Report
Publication date: April 1, 2011
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