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  1. Journal Use Reports Supporting Collection Development and Evaluation of Intellectual Output

  2. Journal Use Reports – Customer Focused Development • Partners: Integral to Our Internal Processes • Product Development • Programming and Project Management • Quality assurance • Marketing • Ensuring the understanding of workflow, pain points, and changing requirements • Influencing core application functionality • Continuing role as advisors

  3. Collection Development • What tools do Collection Librarians Have? • Input from Faculty • Understanding of the Discipline • Understanding the needs of the Community • JCR • Usage Data • Cost/Funds (special $$ allocations) • Pertinence to Local Focus • Reviews • Where Journal Use Reports Fits • Provides centralized information source • Compliments other collection management tools • Allows title by title view or package comparisons

  4. Journal Use Reports Core Components • Acustomer specific databaseto house a library’s data and profiles. Will be searched by the user. • Ajournals holdings and upload systemwhere a library’s lists and vendor data can be uploaded to the JUR for analysis. • Acitation analysis systemwhich includes a view of the JCR localized to the library’s holdings as well as the ability to view citation metrics on titles not indexed by ISI. • Apublication activity systemwhich will allow analysis of faculty use of literature. • Ausage data systempresenting journal and publisher level metrics and vendor supplied usage data. • The interface allows the user to perform a variety of tasks including view, compare, evaluate, and report on the data.

  5. Why Buy Journal Use Reports if I Currently Only Use Usage Data? • Journal Y • 50 full text links per year • Generally well respected • Journal X • 100 full text links per year • Generally well respected • Higher citations per article (Impact Factor) • Higher publications from within institution • Higher citation count within institution • Has published critical articles

  6. Journal Use Reports (JUR) – the assembled pieces of the puzzle.Providing vital information to support your decision-making. Key Factors Which journals are the most influential in their fields?In order to provide superior support of research and scholarly pursuit at all levels, access to the journals deemed most important by the world’s scholarly communities within each discipline is critical. Journal Influence Institutional Publication Activity associated with Journals In which journals do the authors at your institution publish, and which journals do they rely on most to support their own published research? This localized “hard evidence” of exactly what is important and useful is an essential piece of the decision-making equation. Journal Usage Which journals are accessed most frequently by your university, college, organizational community as a whole?Fundamental and indispensable evidence of value.

  7. Profiles for consortia

  8. Create address-based “profiles” to account for publishing sub-communities within departments, research centers, etc. -- allows for targeted collection development as well as focused evaluation of intellectual output.

  9. Journal Influence Journal Citation Reports (JCR) is a recognized authority presenting statistical data that provides a systematic, objective way to evaluate the world's leading journals and their impact and influence in the global scholarly community.

  10. Institutional Publication Activity associated with this Journal The number of papers published in this journal by authors within your institution, with a link to a listing of each paper.The JUR capability for multiple “profiles” enables great flexibility for targeting what is useful to particular sub-communities.

  11. Institutional Publication Activity: a comparative view

  12. Institutional Publication Activity Cited Journals – Citing Year Table -- shows how many times each journal was cited by “your authors” and the distribution of those citations according to the publication year of these citing articles.

  13. The level at which the content of this electronic journal within your collection is being accessed.Again – fundamental and indispensable evidence of value. Journal Usage

  14. Vendor Usage: the big picture Valuable in viewing the “trends” in usage. Noticeable Growth or Decline?

  15. JUR Development - Reporting

  16. JUR Development - Reporting

  17. Journal Use Reports – Getting Started You will access the Journal Use Reports through the ISI Web of Knowledge home page.

  18. Journal Use Reports – Getting Started, the Upload Utility • As an optional for-fee service, TS can upload your vendor usage data. There are two service options: • 1-25 vendors • 26-50 vendors • And... • JUR will accept vendor usage data import from the MPS Scholarly Stats service.

  19. JUR Development - 2007 • Subject categories • Journal price • Consortia • Integration with other services / ERMs • SUSHI

  20. Journal Use Reports – Powerful Decision-Supportfor Journals Collection Development, and more. Institutional Publication Activity associated with specific Journals. - In which journals do your authors publish, and how frequently? - Which Journals do they Cite in their own works? - Link to Web of Science for more detail about these authors’ published works, cited and citing data, etc. Journal Influence - JCR Data is authoritative, comparative, and objective. - Links to additional JCR Information Journal Usage - Vendor e-jrnl usage, of course an essential component, now combined with valuable publication and citation metrics. - The key pieces of information that you require – in one place.- Providing answers to the most critical questions. - Enabling thorough and efficient evaluation and assessment.