Author Archives: jiscmonitor

Jisc Monitor User Stories

Approximately 38 members of the HEI Open Access community attended the first user engagement workshop for the Jisc Monitor project in London on 8 July 2014. The workshop undertook intensive work to critique an initial listing of ‘user stories’ – actions and requirements – on which institutions are looking for help in implementing open access … Read more

Jisc Monitor – Panning for Gold: Reflections of Requirements Capture and Verification (by David Kay, Sero Consulting)

The Landscape The Jisc Collections and Mimas team, working with development partners Cottage Labs, Knowledge Integration and Sero Consulting, is at the start of a one year pilot that will develop services to help universities monitor publication activity, comply with funder OA policies and monitor associated publication charges. This will be supported by an exploration … Read more

Introducing Jisc Monitor

Following on from the Jisc APC pilot project, which officially concludes at the end of July, the Jisc-funded Monitor project officially began on the 19th of May 2014.  It aims to come to terms with many of the needs and requirements identified during the year that the Jisc APC pilot ran.  Jisc Monitor has synergies … Read more