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09 March 2023

COUNTER Newsletter, March 2023

It’s been a very busy few months, which means lots of news! You’ll find information about Release 5.1, an announcement about a new job with COUNTER, details of upcoming conferences…

15 December 2022

COUNTER Newsletter, December 2022

As we close in on the end of 2022, the COUNTER team wishes you all a very happy holiday and a happy, healthy 2023! This newsletter is designed to help…

19 October 2022

Community Feedback on COUNTER Release 5.1

During summer 2022 we sent out a community consultation for Release 5.1 of the COUNTER Code of Practice. The Project Director offered three public webinars, scheduled to allow maximum participation…

19 August 2022

COUNTER Newsletter, August 2022

It’s been a while since our last newsletter but the COUNTER team have been beavering away, primarily on a major update to the Code of Practice – read more about…

30 April 2022

Annual General Meeting 2022

The Directors’ Reports, including financial accounts, and the draft minutes from our 2022 Annual General Meeting on 27 April 2022 can be downloaded from the links below: Draft minutes of…

07 December 2021

Case study: analysing the ‘Big Deal’ using COUNTER Reports

Expenditure on ‘big deals’ accounts for a large part of library acquisition budgets, and in this case study a UK university assessed the value of those deals using their COUNTER…

07 November 2021

Case study: the value of COUNTER data to content and platform providers

In this case study, a variety of publishers, aggregators and technology providers share how they use COUNTER data and highlight three key areas where they find that COUNTER adds value…

07 October 2021

Case study: strategic use of COUNTER data

COUNTER usage data is an important tool in a library’s data warehouse, not only in calculating cost-per-use and informing cancellation and acquisition decisions. In this video an expert panel discusses…

07 September 2021

Case study: COUNTER data and big deals at the University of Liverpool

Jeff Woods, Usage Analyst in Libraries, Museums and Galleries at the University of Liverpool, developed an in-house system for displaying data and analytics relating to its big deals. This case…

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