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Digital Platforms and Publishing Services

Georgetown University Library is proud to support the robust digital publishing efforts of its faculty and student community. The Library offers a variety of publishing services and resources for producing scholarly and professional content, and supports several digital publishing platforms.

Digital Platforms

word press logo WordPress

WordPress is a content management system (CMS) that offers a variety of theme and customization options to easily publish scholarship online. WordPress can be installed on web domains offered to GU students and faculty through Georgetown Domains.

omeka logo Omeka

Omeka is a web publishing platform designed to display collections and build digital exhibitions. Omeka can be installed on web domains offered to GU students and faculty through Georgetown Domains.

scalar logo Scalar

Scalar is a web publishing platform that allows authors to take advantage of the unique capabilities of digital writing, such as, non-linear narratives, collaborative authoring, reader commentary and embedded media. 


Digital Publishing

mortarboard Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Theses and dissertations written at Georgetown University are submitted electronically, and students have options on how and when to make them available in DigitalGeorgetown and ProQuest's Dissertations and Theses Database.

hoyas publish logo  Hoyas Publish

Hoyas Publish is a program sponsored by the Georgetown University Library and Georgetown University Press to showcase the many publications on campus that are staffed by students and/or publish student work.

3mtlogo 3 Minute Thesis Competition

3 Minute Thesis (3MT) was developed by The University of Queensland to celebrate the exciting research conducted by graduate students around the world. The competition helps graduate students hone their presentation skills to explain complex research quickly and effectively, in a language appropriate to a non-specialist audience. The Library is excited to bring this program to Georgetown, joining more than 600 universities and institutions worldwide.


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