Recording available for IRUS-USA Webinar

Interested in visualizing, measuring, and comparing usage stats from your institutional repository?

IRUS-USA (Institutional Repository Usage Statistics USA) is an experimental collaboration between Jisc and the Digital Library Federation (DLF) at CLIR. Based on the successful IRUS-UK model and with the support of DLF’s Assessment Interest Group (the DLF-AIG), IRUS-USA provides COUNTER-compliant usage statistics for content downloaded from DLF member institutions whose repositories are participating in the pilot project.

Check out our March 23rd, 2018 webinar and Q&A session recording — about IRUS-USA, some related community projects and efforts by our Digital Library Assessment Interest Group, what we’ve learned so far in this experiment, and evaluation and next steps! The pilot project runs through this summer.

Recording: Video and Audio Recording + Audio Recording only

Slides: Powerpoint + PDF

For any questions to DLF, please write to If you have questions for the Jisc team, please write to with “IRUS” in the title or body of your email message.

To learn more about the CLIR/DLF and Jisc partnership, please read our announcement.

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