The results are in. All around the campus the air is thick with anticipation. Yes, it’s that time of year when we can reveal which top ten e-journals you have voted the most popular in 2010!
In tenth spot, muscling in with 5,654 downloads is the magnificently named Joe Weider’s Muscle & Fitness
Those cool cats in the School of Business and Economics will rejoice to see the Journal of Economic Literature at number 9 with 5,689.
At number 8, the International Journal of Project Management is no slouch at 6,112 downloads.
The Journal of Sports Sciences at number 7 with 6,773 downloads is showing that Sports Science is racing ahead in the field.
In at number 6 with 7,018 downloads to it’s name is the Journal of Applied Physiology
At the half way mark with 7,313 is another strong showing for Sports Science, the Journal of Sport Behavior
The physicians have promised me that there has been no doctoring of the results with the British Medical Journal in fourth place garnering 8,724 downloads.
The physicians must have teamed up with Sports Science to produce 8,794 for Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise in third place.
And on the medical theme again, in second place with 9,277 is the American Journal of Public Health.
Way out in front, though, the 2010 winner is … drum roll … Sports Illustrated with 13,985 downloads.
Congratulations to all who made 2010 a record breaking year. Remember! If you want to influence next year’s results, log on to MetaLib and start downloading now!