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CUNY libraries statistics 2021-2022

Institutional Repositories

50.  Items held in the institutional repository(ies)

51. Item usage from the institutional repository

Please refer to the table below which reports items held in Academic Works during FY20/21 and usage during this period:

Posted 1/20/22


Total Works Posted New Downloads
Baruch College 3,646 65,577
Borough of Manhattan Community College 187 25,854
Bronx Community College 2,232 29,073
Brooklyn College 2,081 45,271
Central 394 5,490
City College of New York 3,287 207,906
College of Staten Island 299 31,155
CUNY Graduate Center 6,244 944,632
CUNY Graduate School of Journalism 424 232,219
CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy 366 23,775
CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies 15 520
CUNY School of Law 341 39,050
CUNY School of Professional Studies 30 501
Guttman Community College 170 9,183
Hostos Community College 295 15,373
Hunter College 1,395 96,124
John Jay College of Criminal Justice 705 97,599
Kingsborough Community College 272 20,637
LaGuardia Community College 499 43,400
Lehman College 443 18,197
Macaulay Honors College 2 130
Medgar Evers College 52 4,809
New York City College of Technology 1,058 69,323
Queens College 523 39,566
Queensborough Community College 255 109,690
York College 346 18,088

Note from Megan Wacha: "These numbers reflect the number of new works posted to the repository (either via self-submission or library mediated submission) as well as new downloads of all works. When aggregating these numbers, I was careful not to duplicate numbers for items affiliated with multiple campuses. For instance, if a work was posted to the Graduate Center's Publications and Research Series, but also affiliated with Brooklyn College and LaGuardia Community College, the associated numbers are only reflected in the Graduate Center's items posted and downloads count. If a campus wishes to generate numbers for internal reporting, they should reflect all content affiliated with their collections. I'm always available to help with this process."

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