Tag Archives: e-content

current awareness, concept mapping and usage statistics

This week’s #MashDMU meeting featured Phil talking about creating a current awareness newsletter using social media using Paper.li; Alison introducing a range of concept mapping apps;  and Mitchell leading an animated discussion on identifying  meaningful usage statistics for e-resources.  For further reading … Continue reading

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The UKSG 2012 conference

I attended this year’s UKSG conference in Glasgow to run a breakout on Mobilising your e-content for maximum impact with Ruth Jenkins from Loughborough University. It was a very stimulating three days – the commitment of the delegates was demonstrated … Continue reading

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eResource troubleshooting – more discussion

Mitchell talked through his current thoughts on eResource troubleshooting – supporting library staff at the last #MashDMU meeting and blogged about it.  Since then, he has been in discussion with eLibrary team  staff at Birmingham City University; they run an active … Continue reading

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Measure the impact of digital resources

JISC are developing a range of guidelines, tools and use cases to help universities measure the impact of their digital resources.  These include: the Journal Usage Statistics Portal, which DMU is already using; the Raptor system ananlysing log files to … Continue reading

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