Presentations and publications

As JUSP has developed, the team have presented at a range of events and written on the topic of usage stats.

You can find JUSP training materials including webinars on our Events and Training page.


Role of JUSP in gathering usage statistics and informing decision making27 Sep 2023OnlineNone
UKSG 46th Annual Conference and Exhibition: 'A new role for COUNTER usage data in open access agreements'13 Apr 2023 - 15 Apr 2023GlasgowNone1
Researcher to Reader 2023: 'Assessing the value of open access agreements'22 Feb 2023LondonNone1
UKSG seminar Usage Data for Decision Making: 'Role of JUSP in gathering usage statistics and informing decision making'30 Nov 2022OnlineNone1
JUSP support FE, e-books for FE online clinic, 26 August 202026 Aug 2020OnlineNone
Managing your print and online collections in a COVID-19 world15 Jul 2020OnlineNone


Conyers, A. et al., (2017). E-book usage: counting the challenges and opportunities. Insights. 30(2), pp.23–30.

Jo Lambert, Comparing apples and pears: the challenges of measuring e-book use. 25 November 2016. UKSG enews, Issue 385.

Meehan, P, A day in the life of The JUSP team, Insights, 2016, 29(1), 90–95.

Angela Conyers and Jo Lambert. "A pioneering portal to e-journal usage statistics". First published in CILIP Update, June 2014, pp. 37-39.

Conyers, Angela and Lambert, Jo (2011). The Journal Usage Statistics Portal (JUSP): measuring use and impact. In: Proceedings of the 8th Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services. Northumbria University Press, Newcastle upon Tyne. ISBN: 978-0-901931-11-5.

Estelle, Lorraine and Lambert, Jo (2015). Data That Counts, Charleston Conference 2015

Using JUSP to Analyse, Compare and Inform - Paul Meehan, December 2013, Taking Stock magazine (National Acquisitions Group,

Paul Meehan, Paul Needham, Ross MacIntyre. "SUSHI: Delivering Major Benefits to JUSP". November 2012, Ariadne Issue 70

Adding value to usage statistics: the Journal Usage Statistics Portal (JUSP) enhancements - Jo Lambert (Mimas / JUSP) and Angela Conyers (Evidence Base). This is an electronic version of an article published in The Serials Librarian, volume 63, issue 3-4, 2012, pp305-314. The Serials Librarian is available online at:

Librarians: How to stay ahead of the game - JISC Inform / Ben Showers, 2012, 34, p8

A shared approach to measuring usage - Mimas News, 2 July 2012

International Dateline - JUSP: the UK Journal Usage Statistics Portal - Angela Conyers (Evidence Base) and Dr Peter Shepherd (Project COUNTER)

The Journal Usage Statistics Portal (JUSP): adding value and assessing impact through a collaborative approach to service development and delivery - Angela Conyers (Evidence Base), Paul Harwood (JISC Collections), Paul Meehan (Mimas / JUSP). Presented at Online Information 2011.

The Journal Usage Statistics Portal (JUSP): delivering usage data through collaboration - Angela Conyers (Evidence Base) and Jo Lambert (Mimas / JUSP), Serials, 2011, 24(2), pp 178-182

JUSP in time: a partnership approach to developing a journal usage statistics portal - Chris Cradock (OUP), Paul Meehan (Mimas / JUSP), Paul Needham (Cranfield University / JUSP), Learned Publishing, 2011, 24(2), pp 109-114

Collaboration, communication and access to good data - Lorraine Estelle (JISC Collections), Serials - eNews, 2010, 224