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What happened in City Research Online (CRO) in December?

In December CRO experienced significant user activity with over 17,000 visitors from 167 countries accessing City’s research outputs. Full details can be found in the infographic below: If you would like to increase the visibility of your work, and help expand City’s archive of research, contact the Publications Team who can help you upload your…

What happened in City Research Online (CRO) in October?

While October has seen a steady flow of new additions to CRO, it has also seen a sharp increase in the number of visitors and downloads compared with the summer months. Full details can be found in the infographic below. If you would like to increase the visibility of your work, and help expand City’s…

CORE Recommender

Searching for similarly themed open access research outputs, such as those held in institutional repositories such as City Research Online (CRO), has been significantly improved in recent years by repository software tool CORE Recommender.  The recommender searches over 135 million research papers aggregated by CORE, the world’s largest collection of open access papers, offering a…

What happened in City Research Online (CRO) in September?

The beginning of the new academic year has seen a significant increase in the number of research outputs added to CRO in comparison to last month, full details of which can be found in this months infographic below. Transcript If you would like to increase the visibility of your work, and help expand City’s archive…

What happened in City Research Online (CRO) in August?

While the summer vacation has witnessed a drop in the number of uploads to CRO throughout August, continued deposits mean we are steadily moving towards hitting a total of 15,000 research outputs being available for download. Full details can be found in the infographic below: Transcript If you would like to increase the visibility of…

What happened in City Research Online (CRO) in June?

This month has seen a consistent level of deposits to match last month’s new additions to CRO, figures for which are detailed below: Transcript In addition to items downloaded directly from CRO, the Publications Team continue to receive regular requests for embargoed items including journal articles, book chapters and PhD theses. If you would like…

What happened in City Research Online (CRO) in May?

With the end of the academic year and the holidays approaching, CRO still witness a steady flow of papers being deposited by researchers in May. The figures are detailed below: The number of total downloads from CRO overall is steadily creeping towards 2.5 million, indicating a high level of interest in the research outputs of…

What happened in City Research Online (CRO) in April?

A steady continuation of uploads to CRO means that we now have over 14,000 research items available for download, or request, in our open access repository. Our infographic below provides full details of activity taking place in April 2019.   Although the majority of visitors are based in the UK and USA, researchers from 169…

How to recognise an ‘Accepted Manuscript’

With an increase in the number of policies requiring academics to deposit their ‘accepted manuscripts’ in repositories such as City Research Online (CRO), the library Publications Team has designed a quick and easy graphic guide to help you recognise which version is the ‘accepted manuscript’: The ‘accepted manuscript’, or ‘Author’s Accepted Manuscript (AAM), is the…

What happened in City Research Online (CRO) in March?

March has seen a buzz of activity in CRO, with 190 new research publications being uploaded from across the university.  These new additions bring the total number of City’s research outputs available for download or request to nearly 14,000. The infographic below details a breakdown of upload and download figures for the month. Over 20,000…