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DigitalGeorgetown is the unified portal for Georgetown University’s institutional repository and digital collections, providing online access to scholarly academic resources, rare and unique digitized special collections, and more.

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Summer 2018 ETDs (Electronic, Theses and Dissertations 

The DigitalGeorgetown Institutional Repository is a service of the Georgetown University Library that preserves and makes available scholarly research by Georgetown's faculty, staff, and students. The open access repository includes conference papers, images, peer-reviewed scholarly articles, technical reports, theses and dissertations, working papers, and more.

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Detail of TLISI 2018 Plenary slide

Teaching, Learning & Innovation Summer Institute 

The Teaching, Learning & Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI) brings together Georgetown faculty and staff each year to participate in numerous sessions, keynotes, social hours, lunch presentations, and multi-day workshops on topics related to teaching and learning, including (but not limited to) innovative pedagogy, technology enhanced-learning strategies, teaching to the whole person, and the intersections of diversity, inclusion, teaching, and learning.

This collection contains filmed workshop sessions and keynote addresses that were produced and made available to Georgetown faculty, staff, and students.

Image: Still from "Direction of Diversity" Lunch Plenary, 2018

Detail of GUJournal, Vol48, No08

Georgetown College Journal  

The Georgetown College Journal was the first printed newspaper produced by Georgetown students. A monthly publication, its inaugural issue appeared in December 1872. The paper was a combination of student newspaper, literary publication, and alumni bulletin and the printing of letters and reminiscences from "Old Boys" extended its coverage of campus life and events to well before the Civil War. Athletics received particularly extensive coverage in its pages, with a recurring Athletic Notes section with team rosters and scores beginning in the late 1880s. Commencement ceremonies for the Medical School and the Law School, as well as for the College of Arts and Sciences, are also very well documented.

Image: Detail of Georgetown College Journal, Vol. 48, no. 08

About DigitalGeorgetown

DigitalGeorgetown is a repository service offered and administered by the Georgetown University Library that provides access to scholarly content and unique digital resources. In production since 2009, the repository includes over 500,000 unique digital objects across more than 100 collections, and serves as a central place where Georgetown faculty, researchers, students, staff members, and librarians entrust the stewardship of their scholarship and other digital content. With an emphasis on curation and preservation, DigitalGeorgetown furthers the Library’s mission to shape the creation of knowledge, conserve culture for posterity, and transform learning and research. DigitalGeorgetown is powered by DSpace open source repository software.

There are many benefits to depositing works in DigitalGeorgetown, including:

  • Stable and continual open access to works through redundant storage infrastructure and persistent URLs
  • Visibility and exposure of content through Google Scholar, HoyaSearch, and other search engines and databases
  • Long-term preservation and archiving of collections, data sets, and scholarly works that ensures the authenticity of digital content
  • A suite of tools and features that displays a multitude of content types, including articles, books, journals, photographs, films, and audio files
  • Options for embargo and public access controls and support for intellectual property rights

Please contact us to learn more about DigitalGeorgetown.

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