There are two ways to get your usage figures:
- Direct from ProQuest platform
- From JUSP
If you want to find out how well used the e-books for FE collections are, here is a COUNTER report guide and a usage/activity report guide here on the e-books for FE support site.
You can pull your user data, narrow your search and pull reports by many attributes including: title, keyword, ISBN(s), document ID(s), publisher, subject, publication date, usage date, purchase type, etc. Results will show e-book data and usage details.
Book data table headings:
Usage data table headings:
|Usage Date||Member||Usage Cost||Purchase Type||Access Model||Use Type||Book Downloads|
If you require any help in attaining usage reports, please contact email@example.com
Historical usage data
For historical usage data from when the Ebook Central platform was Ebrary, before 15th Feb 2017, use your original ebrary admin credentials following the guide. If you have forgotten your original login details please contact ProQuest at firstname.lastname@example.org
Use Jisc’s JUSP look at ProQuest platform usage per title and in relation to access data of your other publishers from other subscribed collections.
For more information see the guest post from the JUSP team, here.
For further information:
- Joining information – http://jusp.jisc.ac.uk/join/uk-academic-libraries/
- Can JUSP help? – http://jusp.jisc.ac.uk/docs/Can_JUSP_help.pdf
- Use studies – http://jusp.jisc.ac.uk/use-cases/
- Case studies – http://jusp.jisc.ac.uk/case-studies/
- Glossary – http://jusp.jisc.ac.uk/glossary/
- Video guides – http://jusp.jisc.ac.uk/screencasts/
- Webinars and slides – http://jusp.jisc.ac.uk/events-training/