Open Access Statistics
We use IR Stats software to analyse your research outputs in BURO (Bournemouth University’s institutional repository) and produce the statistics below. A dashboard of statistics on individual outputs is freely available to all – simply access each of your items in BURO and scroll down the web page.
Buhalis, D. and Law, R., 2008. Progress in information technology and tourism management: 20 years on and 10 years after the Internet—The state of eTourism research. Tourism Management, 29 (4), pp. 609-623.
*by current staff
This article is a green open access post print i.e. the author accepted version. Always remember to retain this final peer-reviewed version of all your research papers. Most articles in BURO are author accepted versions. You can check publisher copyright policies for archiving in BURO on the Sherpa Romeo website.
Search engine referrals
62.31% from Google Scholar
7.17% from Google
This demonstrates how well BURO is indexed by the most high profile search engines for research.
Professor Buhalis writes,
It is always great to publish great research but for me it is all about relevance and impact on society and making sure that research is accessible and useful to as wide an audience as possible
Bate, S. and Bennetts, R., 2014. The rehabilitation of face recognition impairments: A critical review and future directions. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8, 491 – http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/21334/
PhDs consistently appear high up in the most downloaded outputs lists in repositories and BURO is no exception. In August these theses were 2nd 3rd and 4th in the list.
|Burrows, E. A., 1997. Stress in qualified nursing staff and its effect on student nurses. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.||1069|
|Franklin, I., 2009. Folkways and airwaves: oral history, community and vernacular radio. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.||564|
|Cramer, D. E. A.., 2009. Consumer perceptions and experiences of relationships with service organisations: financial, travel and tourism organisations. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.||538|
Burrows, E.A. August 2014 document downloads
Ensuring your research is open access
Please do keep adding your full-text research outputs to BURO via BRIAN, both green and gold. To be eligible for submission to the next REF exercise all journal papers and conference proceedings will have to be made freely available in an institutional or subject repository (such as BURO) upon acceptance (subject to publisher’s embargo periods). See the blog post here on how to add outputs to BRIAN.
Any queries please contact the BURO team: BURO@bournemouth.ac.uk