About Digital Commons @ New Haven

Digital Commons @ New Haven is the University of New Haven’s institutional repository, a service the Marvin K. Peterson Library provides for our research community. We offer access to collected scholarship and original works from our University’s faculty and students. Along with hosting our Pompea College of Business’ self-publishing, acclaimed journal, the American Business Review.

The Marvin K. Peterson Library is committed to increasing the accessibility of intellectual output from our campus community. Digital Commons @ New Haven is designed to increase the visibility of our University’s scholarship and research, maximize our impact in research communities, and universally share our research. Promoting further growth in scholarship and expertise. Digital Commons @ New Haven serves as both an archive and a showcase of the University’s history and intellectual assets, while preserving copyright and intellectual property rights.

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. Think of IRs as a university specific digital library.

To learn more about Institutional Repositories, please visit our Why Digital Commons page.