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Advisory Board Meeting 30 March 2012. Agenda:  Welcome and introductions  Actions from last meeting  Terms of Reference  Membership  JISC eCollections.

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1 Advisory Board Meeting 30 March 2012

2 Agenda:  Welcome and introductions  Actions from last meeting  Terms of Reference  Membership  JISC eCollections Service Update  JJA Budget  Platform update  Requirements Log  New content  New technologies  Evaluating the platform  Next steps / project plan  AOB & date of next meeting

3 Actions from the last meeting 1.Terms of reference updated : -board/jjaadvisoryboard/ -board/jjaadvisoryboard/ 2.Membership – need to discuss this again 3.Other action are agenda items

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5  157 institutions supporting JISC eCollections  New website:  New list:   Support materials:

6  Planned embedding activity  Monthly newsletter like JUSP one  Supporting digital and information literacy  Focus groups on teaching tools to help develop digital literacy  Focus groups on usability  Usage campaign

7 Budget and Sustainability  JISC eCollections Service Budget  Service Fees  Development Funding Available Members are invited to note and discuss the Service Budget and the Development Funds

8 BandHEFE Band A£5,700£500 Band B£5,150 £450 Band C£4,590 £300 Band D£4,040 £350 Band E£3,300 £300 Band F£2,770 £250 Band G£2,570 £200 Band H£960 £150 Band I£910 £150 Band J£860 £150 JISC eCollections Service Fees

9 Development Fund We currently have £52,315 available for JISC Journal Archive developments How should this be spent?

10 Platform update  Content update  Functional updates  Library discovery service update  COUNTER statistics

11 Development Log  This log lists current suggested enhancements to the service that we have received from users  They have been looked at by the software developers to specify rough time and costs to get this done  We need to prioritise how important these are and add any additional features we require  Once the board has prioritised a more detailed specification of each development will be written and passed on to the developers  We would like the Advisory Board to assist in testing the developments  The log will be posted on the JISC eCollections website

12 Members are invited to discuss the development log and prioritise the developments in order of importance in accordance with the ToR and the budget available

13 New Content JISC Collections is going to release an ITT for new content archives What are we missing? Hosting as a new direction? Open Access?

14 New technologies Mobile devices API’s Formats Utopia Members are invited to discuss new technologies that may enhance use of JJA

15 Evaluating progress & success  Y1: Need to gather data to inform strategy, evaluate progress and to be able to put together proof for sponsors etc  Suggestion to use: Toolkit for the Impact of Digitised Scholarly Resources -

16 Methodology: Quantitative  Benchmarking usage of JJA against publishers platforms(bi-annual)  Benchmarking usage (annual)  Web analytics / Log files / COUNTER (Google / Mimas) (quarterly)  Referrer links analysis (Bi-annual)  Surveys by JISC Collections & Mimas (annual)

17 5514 total downloads 363 journals out of 610 (excluding OUP upgrade)

18 JournalArchive No. of downloads Explorations in Entrepreneurial HistoryProquest Periodicals Archive Online306 British Journal of CriminologyOUP Archive158 The International Journal of Children's RightsBrill Journal Archive121 History Workshop JournalOUP Archive116 Historical MaterialismBrill Journal Archive108 Journal of Popular CultureProquest Periodicals Archive Online104 Minutes of the Proceedings (Institution of Civil Engineers)ICE Vritual Library104 Current History (New York)Proquest Periodicals Archive Online84 Foreign Affairs; an American Quarterly ReviewProquest Periodicals Archive Online83 Philological QuarterlyProquest Periodicals Archive Online83 The Top 10 JR1a: successful FT article requests from an archive by month and journal (all institutions)

19 The Bottom 10 JR1a: successful FT article requests from an archive by month and journal (all institutions) JournalArchiveno. of downloads Regional StudiesT&F Geography…..1 Reviews in Clinical GerontologyCUP Archive1 Royal Institute of Chemistry ReviewsRSC Archive1 Scandinavian Housing and Planning ResearchT&F Geography…..1 Semiconductor Science and TechnologyIOP Archive1 Smart Materials and StructuresIOP Archive1 Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and SocietyOUP Archive1 Superconductor Science and TechnologyIOP Archive1 The Journal of Laryngology & OtologyCUP Archive1 Zeitschrift Religions- und GeistesgeschichteBrill Journal Archive1 209 journals have had 10 or less downloads

20 Download totals

21 55 HE responses received to this question on the JISC Collections Satisfaction survey

22 54 FE responses received to this question on the JISC Collections Satisfaction survey

23 Methodology: Qualitative  Focus groups – understand use and how can help embed use (annual)  User testing – performance, accessibility (annual)  Feedback on lists / helpdesks / twitter (quarterly)

24 Evaluating progress & success Members are invited to discuss the proposed methods for evaluating JISC Journal Archives. Following feedback, JISC Collections will write the evaluation plan and put into action

25 Next Steps / Project Plan Members are invited to now agree the focus for the next 6 months to which JISC Collections and Mimas will work

26 AOB & Date of Next Meeting


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