Online access to my thesis has been moved. Publishing to Inspire: The Role of Publications at Adventure Cycling Association is now held in the SFU institutional repository, called Summit.
Next week I’ll be using the work for a presentation I’ll be giving at a professional conference in Baltimore, Maryland. I was looking for the URL to share with any interested colleagues when I discovered its long-term home on the web.
Summit tracks monthly views of each record in its database, and downloads of each thesis. It looks like in just the first few days of April there have been ten views of my project report page, and six views of the full thesis—only one of which was me. Most of the views came from the US (unsurprising) and one from France. I wish they had longer-term web statistics! It would be nice if I could view past information as well. One of my ongoing goals is to promote this work so it’s not just sitting on a dusty shelf, electronic or otherwise, in Canada.
Are you one of the thesis browsers? I’d love to hear from you!
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