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Digital Commons@Georgia Southern is an open access digital collection whose purpose is to collect and disseminate the intellectual and creative output of the University’s faculty, staff and students. Contributions come from all over campus and include theses/dissertations, conference proceedings, research publications, brochures, and newsletters.

Besides housing our University’s scholarship and creative works, Digital Commons also has the capacity to publish online journals and manage conferences. The site also hosts SelectedWorks web pages for our faculty, which are profiles that highlight faculty publications and achievements. All these features of the repository help to expand the visibility and influence of Georgia Southern University to outside academic communities by making publications available on the open web.

 

Submitting Your Work to the Digital Commons

For guidance on submitting research for inclusion in Digital Commons, contact Ashley Lowery, Digital Collections Specialist, at alowery@georgiasouthern.edu or 912-478-4056.

For information about copyright policies, please visit the Copyright Information page, or contact Jeff Mortimore, Discovery Services and Data Curation Librarian, at jmortimore@georgiasouthern.edu or 912-478-0102.

 

Setting up a SelectedWorks Faculty Profile

To request a SelectedWorks faculty profile, complete this online form or email your CV, expertise keywords, and photo to Ashley Lowery, Digital Collections Specialist, at alowery@georgiasouthern.edu or 912-478-4056For more information about SelectedWorks, see our FAQ post. 

 

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