WHO READS   Academic Exchange Quarterly   ISSN 1096-1453

Articles in Academic Exchange Quarterly consistently have been evaluated as highly
effective practical examples of college teaching and learning. This approval is
reflected in the number of readers as reported by recent subscriber/reader review.
  • Current readership: 24,500+
  • Current readership estimate is based on
    • 32.04 readers per library subscriber copy
      32.04 readers per copy obtained by a weighted average of the survey respondents
    • 02.85 readers per individual subscriber copy
    • single sold copies not included
  • Type of school
    • 42% college
    • 40% university
    • 13% community college
    • 05% other
  • About our readers
    • 43% assistant professors
    • 19% associate professors
    • 17% instructors
    • 13% professors
    • 04% students (uncertain whether graduate or undergraduate)
    • 04% other
  • Subscriber average age: 46
  • Subscriber gender
    • 53% female
    • 42% male
    • 05% other (left blank)
  • Household average income $68,000
  • 92% of subscribers live in the USA
Published articles have the following audience
  1. print version/format, print edition, all published articles, 10s of 1000s potential readers.
    Academic Exchange Quarterly is ending online/digital versions with Winter 2007 issue,
    due to the following four reasons - online/digital versions:
    1. diluted author's copyright
    2. eroded content accuracy of published articles
    3. jeopardized archival permanence of published articles
    4. online institutional subscriptions cannibalized print subscriptions...

    We will continue to publish AEQ print edition...
      Academic Exchange Quarterly print edition, after ten years of publishing, has
    • readers in 50 U.S. states and 68 countries
    • 3230+ authors as of October 2007, residing in 760+ colleges and universities, located in 44 countries


    AEQ print edition = wide global recognition
  2. HTML version/format, selected articles for FREE.


This report contains raw data and provides indicators of subscriber/reader, not precise measures.
2004 December review
2003 December review
2002 April review
2001 October review
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