This same fundamental technology has saved PaperStats customers time and money by optimizing their serials mix, and we hope to similarly assist SCELC members.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 18, 2011
Pubget is announcing today a new partnership with the Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium (SCELC). Pubget has been selected by SCELC to provide consortia-wide subscription usage statistics for SCELC members.
Pubget has been providing content usage and spend analysis to both academic and corporate libraries for almost a year with its flagship serials analysis product, PaperStats. By using the PaperStats technology, SCELC will be the first academic consortium in the world to supply its members an in depth view of their consortia-sourced journal usage statistics.
"We're very pleased to have been chosen by SCELC," said Ian Connor, Pubget CTO. "This same fundamental technology has saved PaperStats customers time and money by optimizing their serials mix, and we hope to similarly assist SCELC members."
PaperStats automates the aggregation, updating and analysis of journal holdings and content data. Additionally, PaperStats tracks COUNTER compliant usage statistics and delivers cost-per-view statistics for scientific subscriptions.
"Our partnership with Pubget will allow us to provide our members with more insight into their institution's content usage," said Rick Burke, Executive Director at SCELC. "We are pleased to have identified a product, PaperStats, that will provide easy access to the harvesting and analysis of usage statistics and at an affordable cost for our libraries. This supports our goal of providing resource-sharing tools for our member libraries."
This program will be avialable to SCELC members soon. Further, PaperStats is available to both corporate and academic libraries.
Pubget makes scientific research easier by simplifying the process of finding, managing and analyzing scientific papers. Pubget’s core solution at Pubget.com provides article-level tools making content discovery, access and copyright management much easier for the user. Pubget’s corporate services offer relevant banner and contextual advertisement for marketers and search services for libraries and R&D departments, including repository and text mining platforms.
The Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium (SCELC) was established in 1986 to develop resource-sharing relationships among the libraries of private academic institutions in California. The consortium seeks to explore issues related to electronic and digital information and to promote the creation, access, use, management and maintenance of this information for the benefit of faculty and students in the member institutions. It further seeks to improve related library staff skills through development and training activities. While regional in its membership focus, SCELC is committed to cooperative relationships with other library consortia and professional organizations and welcomes opportunities for joint projects and programs that contribute to enhancement of information resources in the region.
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