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HighWire Releases COUNTER 4 Usage Reports

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From: Bonnie Zavon <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2014 09:35:50 -0800

(PDF version: http://stanford.io/1mb31aM)

Stanford, California - 19 January 2014 - - Institutional usage reports
for the publications hosted on the HighWire platform from 2014 onward
include the latest COUNTER Code of Practice metrics.

COUNTER is a set of standards that facilitates the recording and
reporting of online usage statistics, used by librarians, publishers,
and various intermediaries. The COUNTER Code of Practice for
e-Resources: Release 4, provides a broad view of how users engage with
subscribed content, including new data for time-period usage,
Institutional Archive Access, Journal DOI's, and Proprietary
Identifiers.

"With this release, HighWire has developed five new COUNTER reports,
upgraded seven of our existing reports, updated various user
interfaces, and redesigned our data architecture," said John Sack,
HighWire's Founding Director and a member of the international
advisory board for Project COUNTER. "The revised information and
format makes it easier for librarians and publishers to better
understand how scholarly materials are being used online."

In addition to updates to the previous COUNTER reports that
administrators have come to rely on (JR1, JR1a, JR3, JR4, CR1 & BR2),
HighWire now offers the following COUNTER R4 reports:

* Journal Report 1 GOA (JR1goa) - Number of successful Gold Open
Access full-text article requests by month and journal

* Journal Report 2 (JR2) - Access denied to full-text articles by
month, journal and category

* Journal Report 5 (JR5) - Number of successful full-text article
requests by year of publication (YOP) and journal

* Book Report 4 (BR4) - Access denied to content items by month,
platform, and category

* Platform Report 1 (PR1) - Total searches, result clicks and record
views by month and platform

Along with the inclusion of the new COUNTER Code of Practice, library
administrators should notice significant improvements to the
performance and layout of the usage reporting tools in the "For
Librarians" section of the HighWire portal
(http://highwire.stanford.edu/librarians), which should make viewing
monthly usage statistics more intuitive and comprehensive.

The HighWire portal provides a central place where librarians can
manage cross-publisher subscription tasks, such as: download monthly
usage stats (manually or automatically via SUSHI protocols); maintain
institutional IP addresses; establish OpenURL link resolvers; set
subscription expiration alerts; and quickly find answers to FAQ's
provided by publications.

About COUNTER

COUNTER (Counting Online Usage of NeTworked Electronic Resources) is a
multi-agency international initiative whose objective is to develop a
set of internationally accepted, extendible Codes of Practice that
allows the usage of online information products and services to be
measured more consistently. Information on Project COUNTER including
descriptions of the new fields and terminology may be found at:
www.projectcounter.org/code_practice.html  |  Twitter: @ProjectCounter

About HighWire

Stanford University's HighWire Press provides technology solutions for
the scholarly community through its innovative HighWire Open Platform.
Since its inception, HighWire offers digital content development and
hosting services, a customizable peer-review manuscript submission
system, cross-publisher librarian tools, and strategic consultation
for organizations which produce high-impact journals, books, and other
scholarly publications. http://highwire.stanford.edu  |  Twitter:
@highwirepress

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