Here are the latest news releases from the JUSP team. We also provide a validated RSS feed for these news items.
The latest JUSP newsletter is online, packed with news about funding and priorities for 2013/14, details of new publishers, using SUSHI and much more!
The latest JUSP newsletter contains information on treatment of archive holdings in JUSP, changes to the institutional login screen and details of new publishers
The latest publisher priority survey results have been compiled and are now online
The latest JUSP newsletter contains the results of the recent publisher survey, details of new publishers and information about JUSP attendance at the UKSG conference in April
The latest JUSP newsletter is now online with details of upcoming webinars, a survey, new publishers, and much more!
The latest edition of the JUSP newsletter contains news about an ebook trial, more webinars and workshops, and interoperability with projects such as RAPTOR.
The latest edition of the JUSP newsletter is now available, with details of the Community Advisory Group, a 2013 workshop, and a funky infographic about our service!
The latest edition of Ariadne contains an article about the time and cost benefits that JUSP and SUSHI can offer the UK HE community. There are some pretty dramatic findings highlighted, and we also cite just how valuable the use of SUSHI has been in automating our stats collection procedures.
The November newsletter from the Journal Usage Statistics Portal is now available.
The latest newsletter from JUSP is online. It contains details of new publishers, SUSHI implementation, webinars and the JUSP Community Advisory Group.
We are pleased to announce that we will be holding our first webinar on Wednesday 31st October at 2pm. It will last no more than an hour including a question and answer session. The webinar will explain how to add details of your core/subscribed titles to JUSP and how to make the most of the core title functionality when using your JUSP reports.
Innovative Interfaces customers will be pleased to know that the Journal Usage Statistics Portal (JUSP) is now available for data harvesting through Innovative's ERM product, which integrates with the company's Millennium ILS and Sierra Library Services Platform. We have collaborated to provide users with quality assured JUSP data with convenient access through their own ERM.
The latest newsletter from JUSP is now available. It includes details of the community advistory group and new publishers.
August's newsletter from JUSP is now online, detailing new publishers, recently-joined libraries and the latest news from the team
Results of the 2012 JUSP Community Survey are now available, detailing how respondents felt about the service and its value
The latest newsletter from JUSP is now online, featuring results of our most recent community survey and details of new publishers and enhancements!
Usage statistics for the world's first science journal will shortly appear in JUSP, as The Royal Society becomes the latest publisher to participate
The latest newsletter from JUSP is online, containing details of the new RAPTOR-JUSP project, the latest on enhancements, an update on the recent JUSP workshops and training
The latest newsletter from JUSP is online, containing details of our new core titles enhancement, workshop reports, new publishers, our SUSHI server, and much more!
From October 2011 to March 2012 we asked our new institutions to describe their JUSP experience. The results are now in!
The latest newsletter from the JUSP is now online, packed with news, views and details of service features and enhancements
The latest newsletter from JUSP is available, with details of two new user workshops and updates on new publishers
The latest newsletter from JUSP is online, packed with news and features including the latest enhancements, new publishers, events, and details of our webinar.
All the latest news from the Journal Usage Statistics Portal (JUSP), including recent enhancements, forthcoming events, new publishers and much more!
The festive edition of the JUSP Newsletter is now available, packed with the latest news and information from the Journal Usage Statistics Portal
November's newsletter from JUSP is now online, containing news about our enhancement projects as well as the latest updates from the team
The latest newsletter from the Journal Usage Statistics Portal is now online!
We recently conducted a poll of participating sites to see which publishers people most wanted to see in JUSP. The results are now available.
The latest edition of the JUSP newsletter is available, featuring details of new participants, our recent publisher priority survey and forthcoming enhancements
The August newsletter from the Journal Usage Statistics Portal (JUSP) is now available
The Journal Usage Stats Portal, JUSP, now has 100 participating institutions!
The latest JUSP newsletter has been released, including news of work with UStat, IOP joining JUSP and much more
June's edition of the JUSP newsletter is now online, with details of new developments, a participant update and much more
Congratulations to Jo Lambert and Angela Conyers for scooping the best paper award at the QQML11 conference in Athens last week. (3rd International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries).
Learn all about a new report and find out how to use the portal in May's newsletter from JUSP, the Journals Usage Statistics Portal
The April newsletter from the JISC Journal Usage Statistics Portal, JUSP, is now online
The JISC Journal Usage Stats Portal (JUSP) team are delighted to announce that Elsevier have formally signed up with us.
The Journal Usage Statistics Portal newsletter for March 2011 is now available from our website
The JUSP consortium is delighted to announce that SAGE has confirmed their participation in the Journals Usage Statistics Portal (JUSP)
The JUSP team will present an introduction to JUSP at the JISC Conference 2011.
February's edition of the JUSP newsletter is now available, with some important news for libraries and publishers!
In December, JUSP ran a survey of its users to gain feedback and suggestions for the portal. The results are now available.
The January edition of the JUSP newsletter is now available, detailing new publishers, work with SUSHI and some report enhancements!
The JUSP consortium is delighted to announce that the American Institute of Physics (AiP), Publishing Technology (ingenatconnect) and Nature Publishing Group (NPG) have confirmed their participation in the Journals Usage Statistics Portal
The Christmas edition of the JUSP newsletter is now available, with details of our latest developments.
The list of Frequently Asked Questions on the JUSP website has been updated and expanded.
Find out where the JUSP team will be presenting, and view an archive of past events. Slides are provided where applicable.
Mimas staff will be available at Online Information 2010 from 30th November to 2nd December. Please visit us at stand 110 if you'd like to discuss JUSP or view a demo of the portal.
The JUSP consortium is delighted to announce that Oxford University Press, Project MUSE/The Johns Hopkins University Press and Swets have confirmed their participation in the JISC Journal Usage Statistics Portal (JUSP). Alongside the ability to view their use of titles in a current NESLi2 deal separately from use of titles in a backfile or archive collection libraries will soon be able to get a truer picture of their overall journals usage.
The November newsletter from the JISC Journal Usage Statistics Portal (JUSP) team contains up to date information on new developments.