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Usage Statistics for Electronic Resources

This page is provided on behalf of the CARLI Commercial Products Committee and is intended to serve as a resource for CARLI libraries in gathering usage statistics information related to CARLI e-resources vendors. Electronic resources usage statistics information from previous CARLI programs is available as well as relevant articles that may be useful to member library personnel. Please feel free to send usage statistics programming ideas and other relevant resources for inclusion on this page to .

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This section provides links to the vendor usage statistics login screen or administrative portal (depending on the vendor). To access your institution's usage statistics, you will need the administrative username and password that was provided to you by the vendor. If you do not have this information, you may contact the vendor for assistance, or you may  and we can request the information on your behalf. 

AAAS   
ACM Digital Library | Computing Reviews
Alexander Street Press (Streaming) | Alexander Street Press (Legacy Platform)
American Chemical Society
ArtStor
Cambridge
Chronicle of Higher Education
Credo
EBSCO
eHRAF Archeology | eHRAF World Cultures
Gale    
JSTOR
MathSciNet
Ovid
Oxford
Project Muse    
ProQuest | ebook Central
Sage Journals | Sage Referece/Knowledge
SpringerNature
Wiley

Alexander Street Press admin website

ASP Legacy Statistics

ALEXANDER STREET PRESS: HOW SHALL WE REPORT ROI ON VIDEO? CAN WE?

Presentation Slides

Presented on June 16, 2015 by , Vice President, Editorial and Licensing

Return-on-Investment (ROI) is a term popularized in board rooms and managerial accounting courses. ROI assumes, at its most basic level, that there is a clear measure of return for each dollar invested. In the case of video usage, ROI assumes you can capture the relationship between dollars spent and value derived. But the measure of value most of us are relaying on-number of views-is inherently flawed or, at minimum, incomplete as it does not capture the impact of a view (i.e. power to influence a viewer) nor does it capture the number of eyeballs for a particular view. David Parker will expand on these points during his presentation.

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Gale Cengage Usage Tutorial

Slides 

Usage Webinar presented September 29, 2016 by Mike Sollars

Usage Statistics Forum (2019)

On March 26, 2019, CARLI's Commercial Products Committee hosted a forum dedicated to electronic resources usage statistics and streaming video.  Presentation materials are available on the Forum's webpage.