Category: Usage Statistics
*** Reminder: Last day to download MPS reports is JULY 8, 2018! *** Due to budgetary and other reasons, CDL has decided not to renew its contract with MPS ScholarlyStats, a platform that collects monthly usage reports on UC-licensed e-resources. The
Monthly COUNTER usage reports for UC Libraries Systemwide licensed e-resources from 2010 to the present are now available via a link to MPSInsight for Libraries (formerly ScholarlyStats). ScholarlyStats was the brand name and platform under which MPS’s library statistics reporting
By Jacqueline Wilson, CDL Senior Associate for Shared Content CDL will host four sessions of Value-based Journal Metrics/Journal Review Process, 2011 on: Wednesday, May 12, 2:00 – 3:30 PM Thursday, May 13, 3:00 – 4:30 PM Monday, May 17, 11:00
By Jacqueline Wilson, CDL Senior Associate for Shared Content In 2008, the UC libraries adopted a new value-based strategy developed by CDL which is now used in negotiations with major publishers. The strategy involves using objective metrics to compare the
2008 annual UC systemwide aggregated and campus-by-campus usage statistics for selected major Tier 1 and Tier 2 journals, databases and ebooks are now available on the Inside CDL website.
2007 UC systemwide and campus-by-campus usage statistics for selected Tier 1 and Tier 2 journals and database are now available on the Inside CDL website.
Selective Tier One and Tier Two journal and database usage statistics for calendar year 2005 are now available on the Inside CDL website at http://www.cdlib.org/inside/assess/usage_statistics.html#2005. There are two reports included: Ejournal articles viewed by campus and Database searches by campus.
Database searches by campus: Report for January 1, 2004 – December 31, 2004. Includes consortium-level data for calendar year 2003 as well. [password-protected] Ejournal articles viewed by campus: Report for January 1, 2004 – December 31, 2004. Includes consortium-level data
The E-journal Article Views statistics for 2004 are now posted on Inside CDL . These annual statistics summarize use by e-journal publisher and by campus (where provided) and are password-protected. CDL data analyst Laura Fosbender prepared this report and is
The CDL has recently become a member of Project COUNTER (http://www.projectcounter.org/), which is working to improve the quality and consistence of usage reporting in libraries. Producers and purchasers of online information products have parallel interests in measuring and reporting the