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Highlights from La Salle's Digital Commons
History Department Oral Histories
Oral histories conducted by La Salle HIST650 students. Includes transcriptions and audio files.
Presentations from past Explorer Cafes.
Annual Autism Spectrum Disorders Conference hosted by the Education Department. The site includes a schedule of events and links to relevant documents and presentations.
Examples of Digital Commons content from other institutions
Digital Commons showcases creative and scholarly work created by the La Salle University community. You can now get to Digital Commons from the Library home page.
To submit your research or find out more about the site, visit
La Salle's Digital Commons or contact Catherine Carey (see contact information to the right).
Your Author Dashboard
When you have content in Digital Commons, you also have access to your Author Dashboard, which allows you to see how often your work has been downloaded and how researchers are finding it.
You can access your Author Dashboard by logging in to Digital Commons.
Want to try submitting something?
You can practice uploading content to
our test series. This link will take you directly to the submission form.
When you submit an article, you must include a file. Here's a link to
a PDF you can download if you don't already have one.
Why submit to Digital Commons?
Improve your ranking in Google and Google Scholar
Make your work available to researchers outside of academic institutions
Provide access to non-publishable materials (conference presentations, multimedia projects, data sets) that would otherwise be unavailable
Easy to import your research into SelectedWorks and create an online CV