The time when research institutions only produced scientific papers and reports is long gone, though these products remain at the heart of what many CGIAR scientists produce.
Like our sister CGIAR centres, ILRI’s research publishing is now very diverse, spanning images, video, posters, podcasts, blogposts, tweets, extension leaflets and much more.
What are the most-read or viewed in the past year? We are lucky that all the channels we use provide metrics and stats of various sorts.
Our reports and publications are on CGspace; the top 20 in terms of downloads in 2014 were:
Our posters and presentations are on slideshare; the top 20 in terms of views in 2014 were:
Our videos and films are on Youtube; the top 20 in 2014 by views were:
Finally, we publish across several different news and project blogs; the most viewed in 2014 were:
|1. ILRI News||106,457|
|2. ILRI Clippings||52,229|
|3. Livestock Fish CGIAR program||49,276|
|4. Africa RISING Program||37,512|
|5. LIVES project||29,262|
|6. IBLI project||15,490|
|7. AgHealth blog||11,333|
|8. Nile Basin Development Challenge||9,519|
|9. Livestock Gender and Innovation||8,690|
|10. BioScience blog||8,132|