usage statistics, now with more monkey

Marie Kennedy on Feb 5th 2013

You guys know how I’m always going on about reliable methods for counting the use of library e-content? Project COUNTER is pretty much where it’s at, the standard libraries use to measure use. I’ve been following their work (http://www.projectcounter.org/index.html) since its inception and am happy to be the newest member of the group’s Executive Committee. I am the one United States-based librarian on the committee and I want to represent us well. If you’re a fellow librarian and have questions/notes/ideas to push forward, please be in touch. My three-year term for this non-profit group will be to help coordinate development of new Releases of the Code of Practice; compliance issues; marketing and communication; supervision of revenues and costs; liaisons with other relevant standards and other organizations.

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