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March 13, 2018

Your Latest Readership Report from Touro Scholar, DigitalCommons@SHU, and NSUWorks

From some of my open scholarship networks.

From: Touro Scholar, DigitalCommons@SHU, and NSUWorks
Dear Author,
You had 536 new downloads in February 2018 across your 144 papers in Touro Scholar, DigitalCommons@SHU, and NSUWorks. Your current readership:
28561 Total Downloads
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