Help me, data! How library analytics tools can

Help me, data! How library analytics tools can

Help me, data! How library analytics tools can help you UKSG 2016: Jo Alcock, Jo Lambert, Graham Stone in your role Photo by e y e / s ee CC BY Session overview Introduction to selected Jisc library analytics tools JUSP & IRUS-UK Case studies from Aston, Reading & Imperial University of Huddersfield perspective Analytics services in development Q&A

02/06/202 0 Library analytics tools 02/06/202 0 3 (JUSP) Supports libraries by providing a single point of access to e-journal usage

data Assists management of ejournals collections to inform evaluation and decision-making processes Enables usage 02/06/202 0 4 Using JUSP Making effective use of staff time Assisting academic departments in

understanding resource use Data for regular reporting and decision making Informing decisions for substitutions and cancellations Benchmarking usage Use cases:http :// 02/06/202 0

Photo by MacEntee CC-BY Photo by Indigo Skies Photography CC-BY 5 (IRUS-UK) A national aggregation service, enabling UK IRs to share/expose usage statistics at the individual item level, based on a global standard COUNTER Collect raw download data from UK IRs for *all item types*

within repositories Process those raw data into COUNTER-compliant statistics 02/06/202 0 6 Using IRUS-UK Providing standards-based, reliable repository statistics

Reporting to institutional managers & researchers Analysing trends over time Benchmarking

Supporting advocacy ort/ 02/06/202 0 Photo by .craig CCBY 7 Case study: Aston University Has implementation of a discovery service impacted use of our journals?

Aston University Reading Which items in our repository are being downloaded? University of Reading London How can we increase our internal advocacy for Open Access? Imperial College London

Huddersfield Using JUSP to assess the 2016 Taylor and Francis offer Using IRUS to benchmark against other Irs Using JUSP/IRUS to assess GOA use Using JUSP to assess the 2016 Taylor and Francis offer December 2015 faced with a complex upgrade to the Taylor & Francis Journals Collections 2015-2017 agreement 2015 agreement 2016 upgrade option (with Maney titles) Subscription to the 2015 FRESH Collection Special offer to continue Huddersfields Bloomsbury Visual Culture Collection

Using JUSP to assess the 2016 Taylor and Francis offer Used JUSP to obtain usage for T&F Maney Berg (Bloomsbury Collection) JR1 reports excluding backfile usage and GOA Allows us to get a truer picture Core titles pulled across Using JUSP to assess the 2016 Taylor and Francis offer

Once we understood the agreement it took less than 1 day to make the various decisions Estimated value of 2015 vs. 2016 options Worth of titles leaving the 2016 upgrade Worth of Maney titles in 2016 option Including adding Maney titles to core titles Worth of subscription to FRESH collection Forecast CPU of Bloomsbury collection Using JUSP to assess the 2016 Taylor and Francis offer Outcomes Kept the 2015 collection Titles staying in the package were more value than

Maney Kept core titles to a minimum Didnt take the FRESH collection Usage not good enough for majority of titles Didnt continue the Bloomsbury Collection Forecast over 8 per download Saved approx. 15K plus ongoing subscriptions Using IRUS to benchmark We use a combination of data to tell good news stories in the University e.g. Northern Collaboration Repository

Total Downloads University of Salford 2,753,805 White Rose 1,985,270 University of Huddersfield 1,275,463

Lancaster EPrints 1,259,103 Manchester eScholar 1,117,935 Using IRUS to benchmark Using JUSP/IRUS to assess GOA use COUNTER 4 statistics allow us to investigating the use of

gold open access content within subscriptions. Two libraries in the U.S. have evaluated the gold open access usage from Elsevier, NPG, Sage, Springer, and Wiley Emery, Jill and Bobal , Alison. (2015). Gathering the Needles Evaluating the Impact of Gold Open Access Content with Traditional Subscription Journals. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Charleston Conference: Issues in Book and Serial Acquisition, 4-7 November 2015, Charleston, South Carolina. Paper to be published in Insights in July 2016 Using JUSP/IRUS to assess GOA use JUSP gives us a GOA and JR1-JR1A reports Allows us to work out the % of GOA and compare with

any offsetting Using JUSP/IRUS to assess GOA use But what if we could use IRUS to find out the green and gold OA to add the JUSP GOA report? Would give us a truer picture Would access via the publisher website be more than the Repository? Does this give us an idea of how successful our Repositories are? Using JUSP/IRUS to assess GOA use But what if we could do this at a national level?

An OA article could be at several repositories Could IRUS give us this information? It could give us a picture of use and much more? Do GOA articles get accessed more in Repositories or at publisher pages? What does this tell us about the success of either? Of use to both libraries AND publishers I want data to.. identify collection strengths and manage special collections

support decision making around research data storage resourcing, and to ensure compliance with funder mandates 02/06/202 0 benchmark cost & volume of APCs last year for my institution with a comparable organisation

report to RCUK & COAF in a designated report format understand proportion of green/gold publications to model future APC costs benchmark performance of my institution

with a comparable institution 22 development Copac Collection Management (CCM) Jisc Monitor (from Aug 16) Monitor UK Monitor Local Business intelligence shared service for UK HEI

IRUSdataUK Photo by Glas CC-BY 2/6/20 23 URLs JUSP IRUS-UK CCM Jisc Monitor https:// ing-open-access-activity IRUSdataUK SS Business intelligenceata / https:// s-intelligence-project 02/06/202 0

24 Q&A Do you recognise the scenarios described? What additional questions do you have? What would you like to be able to do with the data that is not currently possible? 2/6/20 25

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