The Jefferson Digital Commons is off to a great start for 2013. The first quarter of the year ended with 1,144 new assets added to the archive. To date the total number of assets in the JDC is up to 7,698. A link to the entire inventory is available at the bottom of this report and this report is not an April Fools’ Day joke.
- Downloads went from 1,209,115 at the end of December 2012 to 1,331,432 at the end of March 2013
- 122,317 new downloads over the past quarter
- Over the past quarter, the JDC averaged over approximately 40,772 downloads per month
- Approximately 1,360 download per day.
The most downloaded asset added this quarter was: Bandemia with normal white blood cell counts associated with infection with 437 downloads. It was uploaded on January 2, 2013.
A LibGuide has been created for the JDC. The link has been posted on the About page and in the author corner, which appears on every page in the JDC on the left-hand side navigation bar. This LibGuide offers examples of the types of assets archived in the JDC.
Highlights of new items archived in the JDC:
- First annual Berkowitz humanism in medicine lecture
- “Nonpharmacologic Therapies for the Treatment of Asthma“
- “Membrane Medicine: Neurometabolic Cellular Stabilization with Lipid Therapy for Treatment of Neurological Disease”
- Allergy in Adult Asthma: What the Pulmonologist Should Know
- “The Choosing Wisely® Campaign: Is This a Game Changer?”
- Healthcare Quality Improvement and Education in Diabetes Management: Overcoming Clinical Inertia to Achieve Glycemic Goals
- Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction: Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment
- Do we really know what anyone wants? Advance directives, surrogates and beyond
- End of Life Decision-Making in the ICU (Part 2): Strategies for Effective Communication
- Tech Talks given by faculty on various topics
- New therapeutic options for stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation
Poster from an AISR staff member:
Students posters from College within a College:
- Mural painting in South Philadelphia: a means of addressing racism directed against Bhutanese and Burmese refugees, and improving health outcomes.
- Entire collection of posters
Published student paper:
Handouts on how to export from RefWorks into OTSeeker and OT Search: