Kent State's Global Reach | Office of Student Research | Kent State University

When Kent State students upload their abstracts for the Undergraduate Research Symposium on Digital Commmons, through Kent State University Libraries, those files live forever on a server that makes them available for download from anywhere in the world. Among the many services Digital Commons provides is a monthly notice about how Kent State students work is reaching other students and academics all over the globe.

Now you can visit this page every month to see if your paper is drawing attention, see where KSU students' papers are being downloaded, and track the top reads, or check out the map below just to appreciate the magnitude of Kent State's scholarly reach.

We'll soon have the map embedded right on this page but for now, you can view it here.

In January, Kent State UG Research Symposium saw 612 downloads across 81 countries.
The most downloads were in the United States (116), the UK (87), and the Russian Federation (54).

Most-downloaded papers

Dissertation on Dmitry Shostakovich's Harmonic Language (239 downloads)

http://digitalcommons.kent.edu/ugresearch/2015/Art_Fashion/4

Design and Fabrication of a Methanol Reformer and Production of Hydrogen as Fuel for High Temperature Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells (30 downloads)

http://digitalcommons.kent.edu/ugresearch/2015/Physics_Chem/3

A Literature Review on Organ Donation Education for Baccalaureate Science of Nursing Students: A QSEN Approach (28 downloads)

http://digitalcommons.kent.edu/ugresearch/2016/2016all/58