The Jefferson Digital Commons (JDC) hit an impressive milestone this June: over 5 million downloads!
The JDC is Thomas Jefferson University’s open access repository. It’s a free service of the Academic Commons that helps you share your scholarly work with the world. All Jefferson faculty, students, staff, and researchers can contribute. Contributions range from posters to conference presentations and webinars to manuscripts and newsletters.
Fast facts about the JDC
Started: January 2005
Uploads: 20,000+ materials created by Jeffersonians
Downloads: 5 million
Countries: Downloads from232 countries
Institutions: Downloads from over 53,000 institutions
Most Popular: “A Case Study of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Some Diagnostic Considerations’’ by Jeanette M. Stumbo Zaimes, which has been downloaded 74,339 times! Read the top 10 downloads.
New at the JDC: COVID-19 Collection
Check out the COVID-19 collection, which lists all COVID-19 papers, posters, and presentations created by Jeffersonians.
Read about the most recent additions to the JDC, and see what people are saying in the April-June Quarterly Report.