August 2020 Readership Snapshot Digital Commons @ RU

August 2020 Readership Snapshot Digital Commons @ RU

Digital Commons

Monthly Readership Totals:
Last month, Digital Commons @ RU had 5603 full-text downloads and 197 new submissions were posted, bringing the total works in the repository to 3712. Rockefeller University scholarship was read by 404 institutions across 100 countries.

The most popular papers were:
JAMES WATSON AND FRANCIS CRICK (908 downloads)
https://digitalcommons.rockefeller.edu/transforming-principle-dna/23
ERWIN CHARGAFF (203 downloads)
https://digitalcommons.rockefeller.edu/transforming-principle-dna/19
DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLET, 1919 (135 downloads)
https://digitalcommons.rockefeller.edu/rockefeller-institute-descriptive-pamphlet/7

The most popular publications were:
The Transforming Principle: DNA, The Molecule of Heredity (1409 downloads)
https://digitalcommons.rockefeller.edu/transforming-principle-dna
Publications (1316 downloads)
https://digitalcommons.rockefeller.edu/steinman-publications
Student Theses and Dissertations (1151 downloads)
https://digitalcommons.rockefeller.edu/student_theses_and_dissertations

By |2020-09-23T17:41:28+00:00September 23rd, 2020|Categories: Digital Commons, Library News|Comments Off on August 2020 Readership Snapshot Digital Commons @ RU

About the Author:

Olga Nilova, MLS, Special Collections and Operations Librarian - As a member of the Markus Library team since 2001, Olga provides user assistance, circulation support, collection management, and user instruction on library services and recourses. She organizes library outreach events and is a primary coordinator in designing library promotional materials. Olga is responsible for acquiring, managing, and caring for additions to the special collection of rare and valuable books, photographs, historical newsletters, and other unique RU publications, digitizing materials to the University’s Digital Repository, and making them available to researchers. As library liaison to the Development Office, Communications and Public Affairs, the Rockefeller Archive Center, Olga designs and creates exhibits and displays in the library and elsewhere on campus. A librarian with almost 30 years of experience in public and academic libraries, Olga received Bachelor of Library Science Degree from St. Petersburg State Academy of Culture (St. Petersburg, Russia) and Master’s Degree in Library Science from The Graduate School of Library and Information Studies, Queens College. A volunteer of several charities, U.S. – and Russia –based, Olga helps to raise funds for children with cancer and special needs.