Top eJournals in 2011

January 30, 2012 at 1:13 pm

At the end of the year it’s customary to publish lists of the top movies, top books,  top news stories, top apps–you get the idea. So, what were the top electronic journals used at Mayo in 2011? We turned to our electronic resources librarian, Kelly Arp, who keeps a finger on the pulse of Mayo Clinic Libraries electronic journals. Here is the list of the top ten journals based on the number of articles downloaded from the publishers’ websites:

  1. New England Journal of Medicine: 166,729
  2. Circulation: 51,535
  3. Nature: 39,375
  4. JAMA: 39,108
  5. Journal of Biological Chemistry: 36,221
  6. Blood: 34,355
  7. Journal of Clinical Oncology: 33,017
  8. Chest: 31,687
  9. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences: 26,564
  10. Journal of the American College of Cardiology: 25,434

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