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   * Selector – as noted in the order record   * Selector – as noted in the order record
   * Access terms – ie. site license or # of seats   * Access terms – ie. site license or # of seats
-  * Sessions – per COUNTER, “A successful request of an online service. It is one cycle of user activities that typically starts when a user connects to the service or database and ends by terminating activity that is either explicit ... or implicit.”+  * Sessions – per COUNTER, “A successful request of an online service. It is one cycle of user activities that typically starts when a user connects to the service or database and ends by terminating activity that is either explicit ... or implicit.” ​**This is being eliminated in Code of Practice Release 4 to be replaced by Record Views for databases** 
 +  * Record Views - per COUNTER Release 4, "A Successful Request for a database record that has originated from a set of search results, from browsing the database, or from a click on another database record. (Only full database records may be counted, not Previews of Records)."​ Found in DB1 reports
   * Searches – per COUNTER, “A specific intellectual query, typically equated to submitting the search form of the online service to the server”   * Searches – per COUNTER, “A specific intellectual query, typically equated to submitting the search form of the online service to the server”
-  * Item requests – per COUNTER, “number of items requested by user as result of search ... requests include viewing, downloading,​ emailing and printing of items ...”+  * Item requests – per COUNTER, “number of items requested by user as result of search ... requests include viewing, downloading,​ emailing and printing of items ...”. Found in JR1 reports.
   * Turnaways – only if access is limited to # of seats; otherwise “Not Applicable”   * Turnaways – only if access is limited to # of seats; otherwise “Not Applicable”
  
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