About Digital Commons @ New Haven
Digital Commons @ New Haven is an institutional repository designed to store, showcase and share works created by members of the University of New Haven community. Search or browse the collections to find articles or links to publications created by University of New Haven scholars. See why many of our faculty are leaders in their fields.
Digital Commons @ New Haven makes the collective works of the University of New Haven available to the University community and, where permissible, to the public. The repository serves as both an archive and a showcase of the university’s history and intellectual assets.
Digital Commons @ New Haven promotes collaboration among members of the University of New Haven community and open up opportunities for collaboration in the wider world of academia through access to international networks such as the Digital Commons Network and Google Scholar. Digital Commons streamlines the process of scholarly communication. It gives students and faculty a tool that will help them find and build on others' research. It is a platform for open access in scholarship.
The scope and policies of the repository are determined by the Institutional Repository Advisory Board.
To learn more about Digital Commons, open access and related concepts, please visit our Digital Commons guide .
About Institutional Repositories
Institutional Repositories (IRs) bring together all of a University's research under one umbrella, with an aim to preserve and provide access to that research.
To learn more about Institutional Repositories, please visit our Why Digital Commons page.