About Digital Commons

Digital Commons at Loyola Marymount University and Loyola Law School is an initiative of the William H. Hannon Library and the William M. Rains Library. The repository serves faculty and institutional interests by collecting, organizing, preserving, and disseminating faculty scholarship and creative works in a digital, open-access environment. This initiative is consistent with the library’s archival role and responsibility in preserving publications and other artifacts documenting the university’s history and the activities of its faculty, students, staff, and administrators.

The Institutional Repository contains:

  • Faculty and student works 
  • Open Access journals 
  • Selected Works Pages for LMU faculty and staff 
  • Electronic Theses, Dissertations and Research Projects 
  • Event and conference information
  • Archive of Library Events and exhibits  

Library helps to:

  • Clear copyright permissions for faculty publications before uploading them to Digital Commons
  • Facilitate implementation of open access journals in Digital Commons with BePress Support

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