CEIRC forum on usage statistics for e-resources 2007
Monday, 3 September 2007
Why have statistics? . . . and what? Derek Whitehead, Director of Information Resources, Swinburne University of Technology.
Where are we? An overview of the data, current practice and opportunities. Neil Renison, JCU
Usage Statistics at UWS. Lisa McIntosh, Electronic Resources Coordinator, University of Western Sydney Library
SUSHI; experimentation at UTS. Amani Gadallah
MPS Scholarly Stats: the University of Otago Library experience. Helen Brownlie, University of Otago Library
ScholarlyStats at University of Melbourne. Jen McMeekin, Shirley Sullivan.
Innovative’s ERM: Usage Tracking and Collection Analysis: COUNTER Statistics: SUSHI. William Ho, Director of Sales, Australia and New Zealand
Serials Solutions 360 Counte: Assessment tools help libraries make better decisions. Susan Golden and Richard Levy.
COUNTER, SUSHI and Proprietary Usage Statistics and EBSCO’s E-Resource Services. Tim Colvey, EBSCO Publishing.
Journal Use Reports: Supporting Collection Development and Evaluation of Intellectual Output. Geeho Liu, Thomson Scientific.
ScholarlyStats: The Usage Statistics Portal. Prepared by Tamara Joyner on behalf of MPS Technologies.
Usage statistics practice at Victoria University of Wellington. Melanie Mills, Electronic Collections Librarian, Victoria University of Wellington
eStatistics at Griffith University. Martin Borchert, Associate Director, Access Services, Griffith University.
Using Statistics to evaluate the “Big Deals”. Colleen Cleary, Library Resource Services Deputy Manager, QUT Library.