Find articles in academic journals, popular magazines, and newspapers. Find and connect to specialized research tools.
Organize and cite sources in footnotes or endnotes, make a bibliography, use citation management software.
ETSU-reservable conference room and reception area for small group meetings and special events.
Study rooms for individuals, groups, graduate students, adjunct faculty; silent study.
Administers ETSU D2L-based course tests, placement tests and the California Critical Thinking Skills Test (CCTST).
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The purpose of Digital Commons@ETSU [the “repository”] is to showcase the scholarship of its faculty and students and to preserve the scholarly record of those activities.
(1) The journal or conference is sponsored by ETSU
(2) The journal or conference is sponsored by an organization:
Materials are published as open access by default. Exceptions (e.g. embargos, restricted to ETSU campus) will need to be negotiated.
We request that journals and conferences assign to ETSU a non-exclusive, perpetual license to distribute the materials from the repository and to make it available to the public in any format in perpetuity for published content in Digital Commons@ETSU.
Email email@example.com to schedule a meeting to discuss setting up a journal or conference site. During the meeting, the Digital Scholarship Librarian will provide an overview of the Digital Commons' capabilities and review the journal or conference setup form. Digital scholarship services:
Note: Journal or conference sites can take a few business days to a month to be created, depending on the design requested. If possible, please schedule the initial setup meeting at least a month before the conference or journal intends to accept submissions.