Student work is welcome!
This includes Articles, Conference Papers/Presentations, Distinguished Student Work, Exemplary Classroom Work, Independent Study, Service Projects, etc.
All student work must go through a department; non-department approved submissions will not be accepted. Students are encouraged to contact their advisor/instructor if they wish to include work in DigitalCommons.
Student Publications & Research contains the only student work that is automatically included in DigitalCommons@IMSA after copyright permission has been secured for published works.
Submission of student work:
Student work deemed outstanding by the faculty/staff within the academic or sponsoring department can be shared through DigitalCommons@IMSA. This includes, but is not limited to: research work presented at the annual IMSAloquium and Student Leadership Exchange (SLX) conferences, work published in peer-reviewed journals, work distinguished in competitions, and outstanding, innovative, and creative work. Most file formats are acceptable.
Benefits of contributing student work to DigitalCommons@IMSA:
Highlighting exceptional student achievement
Long-term access to and preservation of student work
Preservation and accessibility of audio and video materials that showcases key performances
Sharing of research with the broader community
Increased visibility and usage of materials through Google and other search engines
Approved student work is available for importing into Student Portfolios
Reasons for not accepting items into DigitalCommons@IMSA may include:
The item is not able to be deposited because of copyright issues. If an item cannot be deposited, we suggest adding an abstract with contact information to increase visibility of the resource. If you have questions about copyright and your work, please contact Jean Bigger, IMSA library.
The item (or set of items) is of a prohibitive size (as in terabytes). For example, some sets of research data may not be accepted because of their size.
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Types of student work in DigitalCommons@IMSA include, but are not limited to:
Examples of student work in DigitalCommons@IMSA:
Distinguished student work:
Exemplary classroom work:
Juried awards, exhibits, and events:
Photography and poster design:
Original music and video: