STORRE Downloads: the year’s top 10

It’s getting to that time of year for looking back and reviewing how we’ve done. I’ve been looking at STORRE full-text file downloads since this time last year.



Data from the IRUS-UK statistics portal that we joined during 2014


There’s obviously a seasonal pattern that follows the academic year. But it’s interesting to see that simply comparing November 2015 to November 2014 there was a 25% increase in the number of downloads for that month (from 26,287 to 32,748).


Over the last 12 months (December 2014 to end November 2015) we’ve had a total of 4,615 items downloaded a total of 312,682 times!


Here’s the top 10 from the last 12 months:


Reporting medication errors and near misses by Williamson, Sheena. Downloads: 2,943



Dimensions of service quality and service climate: a study of bank customers and employees in four local Malaysian banks by Ab. Wahab, Norailis. Downloads: 2,938



The development of Scotland’s Curriculum for Excellence: Amnesia and Deja Vu by Priestley, Mark; Humes, Walter. Downloads: 2,782


Taking active learning into the primary school: a matter of new practices? By Stephen, Christine; Ellis, Jennifer; Martlew, Joan. Downloads: 2,652


Career transitions in sport: European perspectives by Wylleman, Paul; Alfermann, Dorothee; Lavallee, David. Downloads: 2,430


Film music and film genre by Brownrigg, Mark. Downloads: 2,428


The Role of Creativity in Entrepreneurship by Fillis, Ian; Rentschler, Ruth. Downloads: 2,415


Theory of Organizational Partnerships: partnership advantages, disadvantages and success factors by McQuaid, Ronald. Downloads: 2,228


Concepts of adversity, risk, vulnerability and resilience: A discussion in the context of the ‘Child Protection System’ by Daniel, Brigid. Downloads: 1,733


Towards A Novel Unified Framework for Developing Formal, Network and Validated Agent-Based Simulation Models of Complex Adaptive Systems by Niazi, Muaz A K. Downloads: 1,657


Thank you to all our researchers and to Betsy, our Research Repository Librarian.


You can submit to STORRE via our Research Management System.


Clare Allan

Subject Librarian