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How usage statistics can inform national negotiations and strategies

Authors:

Simon Bevan ,

Pete Dalton,

Angela Conyers

Abstract

The paper describes a recent Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) funded project, the aim of which was to analyse library usage data from selected e-journal deals negotiated by the JISC within the NESLi2 initiative. The project began in May 2004 and examined usage data from four publishers and 17 libraries. The aims, methodology, conclusions and recommendations of the project are included. Owing to confidentiality agreements with publishers and libraries, it is possible to share only a limited amount of usage data.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1629/18116
How to Cite: Bevan, S., Dalton, P. and Conyers, A., 2005. How usage statistics can inform national negotiations and strategies. Serials, 18(2), pp.116–123. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1629/18116
Published on 12 Jul 2005.
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