These use cases can help you better understand the range of ways in which JUSP can be used to benefit your institution.
The following examples have been developed through the evaluation work conducted by Evidence Base and have been based on feedback gathered through interviews or visits to specific institutions. These scenarios are not exhaustive and as JUSP develops further it is expected more use cases will emerge and be documented.
The use cases cover:
Making effective use of staff time - freeing up time from data collection to use elsewhere
Ease of use and functionality - offering a service which is easy to use and fits into existing workflows
Data assurance - providing accurate reliable data
Community focus and expert support - developed to meet community needs and providing responsive support
Assisting academic departments in understanding resource use - providing data that stakeholders can use to understand electronic resource usage
Collecting data for regular reporting and decision making - providing data that can support new or existing workflows
Informing decisions for substitutions/cancellations - providing data to support collection management