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JISC E-TEXTBOOK BUSINESS MODELS TRIALS SUPPORTING DATA

The data presented in this document should be viewed in conjunction with the report and presentation of findings. Please note: 1. Data relating to library loans and purchases may relate to more than one edition of the same book 2. The identity of the textbooks, publishers, aggregators and libraries has been anonymised in line with agreements made between the parties at the beginning of the trials 3. In some instances, sales data was not provided by publishers due to system reporting limitations 4. It was not possible to present the usage data charts in all cases Albert Prior and Paul Harwood, 16 February 2011


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TEXTBOOK A

This trial was looking at student purchases via the library and usage data was therefore not applicable


Textbook B


Textbook C


Textbook D


Textbook E

No sales data provided


Textbook F (1)


Textbook F (2)


Textbook G (1)


Textbook G(2)


Textbook H


Textbook I


Textbook J


Textbook K


Textbook L


Textbook M


Textbook N


Textbook O (1)

No sales data provided

(15 unique patrons)


Textbook O (2)

No sales data provided

(55 unique patrons)


Textbook O (3)

No sales data provided

(49 unique patrons)


Textbook O (4)

No sales data provided

(41 unique patrons)


Textbook P(1)

No sales data provided

Insufficient usage to measure


Textbook P (2)

No sales data provided

(37 unique patrons)


Textbook P (3)

No sales data provided

(19 unique patrons)


Textbook Q

Insufficient usage to measure


USAGE DATA, TRIALS TEXTBOOKS Trial textbook

2009/10

Title A:

N/A

Title B:

5322 Sessions

Title C:

162 Accesses

Title D:

157 Credits used

Title E:

302 Sessions

Title F (two trials)

128 Sessions 108 Sessions

Title G (two trials)

24 Sessions 103 Sessions

Title H:

100 Accesses

Title I:

88 Total unique sessions. 49 unique users

Title J:

34 Sessions

Title K:

682 Credits used

Title L:

773 Sessions

Title M:

82 Sessions


Title N:

163 Accesses

Title O ( 4 trials):

35 Total unique sessions. 15 unique patrons 126 Total unique sessions. 55 unique users 54 Total unique sessions. 14 unique users 78 Total unique sessions. 41 unique users

Title P ( 3 trials):

3 Total unique sessions. 2 unique users 62 Total unique sessions. 37 unique users 38 Total unique sessions. 19 unique patrons

Title Q:

1 Credit used

E-tetxbook business model trials supporting data  

Data collected on the usage of the e-textbooks in the four busines models trialled to support the findings from the final report

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