This report shows the number of views of the ERIC records for your content and the number of PDF downloads if you permit the full text to display in ERIC.
These statistics are for the six-month period from July 1, 2022 to December 31, 2022.
- A view is counted whenever a user accesses the abstract.
- A download is recorded whenever a user opens the PDF attached to the ERIC record.
This report is only for your content hosted on the ERIC digital library of education research at https://eric.ed.gov
. It does not include the views at third-party providers of ERIC or at the publisher’s website. You can learn more about the metrics report in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9-5yRKMW5o
The first table shows the total visits and downloads for your currently indexed source(s). In the “Views and Downloads” column the total views are visualized in green and downloads in blue. The table is followed by a list of up to ten (10) articles or document titles with the most total views for each source. We are unable to give statistics for all articles.
If your method of submission is email (ERIC@ed.gov
) or an ERIC ftp account, be sure to send your current content. New records for your content are available in ERIC 8-10 weeks after we receive it.
If you have questions or need assistance contact us at ERICRequests@ed.gov
Looking to link to ERIC records on your website? ERIC has developed an API that can help you query the ERIC metadata. For more information and tips see https://eric.ed.gov/?api
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