Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Top Ten UC Irvine Articles Accessed in eScholarship for September 2016

Top Ten UC Irvine Articles Accessed in eScholarship for September 2016

Below is an overview of the number of views and downloads for this month, along with links to your usage numbers from previous months and additional data. We feel that the combination of views and downloads gives a more accurate picture of the interest in and usage of your publications than is reflected in download counts alone, particularly given the enhanced access readers have to your publications prior to download in the eScholarship interface.

UC Irvine Previously Published Works

For this month your total requests = 12994 (views=9050, downloads=3944).

Breakdown By Item

Top Ten Articles Viewed and Downloaded - September 2016

Item Year ---- Number of Requests ---- Total Added to
Title Published Views Downloads Requests "My Items"
Beyond Looking for My Penis: Reflections on Asian Gay Male Video Porn 1999 107 3 110 0
The social dilemma of autonomous vehicles 2016 55 39 94 0
Building the oral language skills of K-2 English Language learners through theater arts 2011 87 3 90 0
A Practice Theory Approach to Understanding the Interdependency of Nursing Practice and the Environment Implications for Nurse-Led Care Delivery Models 2015 53 26 79 0
Primary production of the biosphere: integrating terrestrial and oceanic components 1998 44 34 78 0
Enterprise Risk Management: Review, Critique, and Research Directions 2014 32 41 73 0
Interdisciplinary collaboration: The role of the clinical nurse leader 2015 46 23 69 0
Theorizing Practice and Practicing Theory 2011 27 37 64 0
Corporate social responsibility as a source of employee satisfaction 2012 40 22 62 0
Toward more realistic projections of soil carbon dynamics by Earth system models 2016 42 15 57 1

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