Dashboard Report: November 2009 Table 1. Site Publication Statistics 33

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Dashboard Report: November 2009
Revised on 12/10/09. For more information, please contact: Yvonne Ng <[email protected]>
Table 1. Site Publication Statistics
Figure 1. OCW and Affiliate Monthly Visits
2009
Publication Metric
Total Tenure Track Faculty Participating
Courses Published
Updated Courses Published
Archived to D-Space
Full Video Courses
Mirror Sites
2,250,000
November
696 (78%*)
1,950
553
526
33
225
Translated Courses
CORE
1,500,000
OOPS
500,000
250,000
-
Total Visits including affiliates1
88,511,310
Last year/% change
Total Visits
58,203,827
Last year/% change
Total Unique Visitors
40,651,392
Last year/% change
MIT.EDU Visits
973,124
Last year/% change
Highlights for High School Visits
1,026,898
Last year/% change
453,183,410
November
1,690,048
1,409,622
1,108,507
27%
891,030
794,838
12%
27,391
18,772
46%
75,430
31,757
138%
8,729,124
7,602,768
15%
153,412
.ZIP Downloads
Donation Page Visits
10,570,129
286,773
8,332
iTunesU Downloads2
4,588,808
860,671
YouTube Views
7,416,403
480,681
106,645
3,270
OCW enewseletter subscribers
Some data estimated. 2 Data provided in weekly increments
Source: WebTrends
20%
1,413,151
Figure 2. MIT.EDU Weekly Visits
10,000
9,000
8,000
7,000
6,000
5,000
4,000
3,000
2,000
1,000
0
MIT.EDU Visits
11
/8
3/ /20
8 0
7/ /20 3
11 8/2 04
/8 0 0
3/ /20 4
8 0
7/ /20 4
11 8/2 05
/8 0 0
3/ /20 5
8 0
7/ /20 5
11 8/2 06
/8 0 0
3/ /20 6
8 0
7/ /20 6
11 8/2 07
/8 0 0
3/ /20 7
8 0
7/ /20 7
11 8/2 08
/8 0 0
3/ /20 8
8 0
7/ /20 8
11 8/2 09
/8 0 0
/2 9
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9
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2009
1
OCW
750,000
Table 2. Site Publication Traffic Overview
Last year/% change
Universia
1,000,000
* Based on 895 current tenure track teaching faculty
Page Views
Chulalongkorn
1,750,000
1,250,000
791
Site Traffic Measure
SBU
2,000,000
Source: WebTrends
Source: Akamai, SiteWise, and MyEmma
Media Mentions
Table 3. User Feedback
User Feedback
This great job has a great influence to me. It helps to understand study process and gives entire view how
teachers present the material. It also strengthens my language level and confirms my assumption that all
academic disciplines are approximately the same as i had. Thanks a lot again.
- Student - High School, Russia
11/5 - Daily Northwestern
11/5 - Daily Free Press
11/7 - New York Times
11/9 - Newsweek
11/10 - The Guardian
11/11 - Belfast Telegraph
This morning I was complaining about how much better my time running would be if I had something
educational to listen to; as it was, an hour of running was spent listening to music, which often left me bored.
After spending a few hours looking for free audio education, I gave up. Then, I plugged in my iPod, and
noticed this new section, "iTunes U". Tears came to my eyes as I saw exactly what I was looking for; courses
on university level Biology, Chemistry, computers sciences... I would like to give my most sincere thanks to
whoever has made it possible for me to receive this education for free. I've heard how much it costs people to
attend these courses, and I know very well that I could never afford to. To have this made available free of
charge, and in the comfort of my own home... I have no words to give you thanks. God bless you and your
staff.
- Student - High School, Canada
I'd like to express my appreciation on this site. It is a very helpful tool to us college students who finds the
daily lectures in our schools to be inefficient. Because of this site I passed my calculus and physics subjects
which also boost my interest on the subjects and courses, especially those concerning the engineering field.
thank you and more power to this site. thank you very much MIT-OCW!
- Student - College/University, Philippines
11/13 - The MIT Tech
11/17 - AsiaOne
11/19 - CU Columbia Spectator
11/20 - Boston Globe
11/23 - M2 PressWire
11/24 - Dân Trí - Vietnam
Source: Google Alerts, Lexis Nexus
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