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A guide to Digital Commons at Molloy.

What is the Digital Commons?

Welcome! DigitalCommons@Molloy is an institutional repository highlighting the scholarship of Molloy College students, faculty, and staff. DC@Molloy is administered by the JET Library with support from individual departments. It focuses on the success achieved when scholarship is reached while in accordance with Molloy College's Mission Statement.

The goal of an institutional repository is to collect the work of the College, creating a "one-stop shop" environment where faculty, staff, administrators, & students can easily access all of the great work done at Molloy. This also allows the world to see what we are doing because the Digital Commons is accessible via the internet (worldwide) and searchable through Google, other major search engines, and the Digital Commons Network.

5 Reasons To Submit Your Work

1. Zero Cost Submissions

2. Statistics: Access to your own personal Author Dashboard and monthly emails.

3. Digital Archive: Submissions have a permanent URL - never search for your work again!

4. Worldwide Exposure: Digital Commons works great with Google! Way better than placing your work in the display case in front of the library.

5. Connect & Collaborate: colleagues, peers, & students can find your work.

DigitalCommons Summary Powerpoint 2017

To view larger, click "Open in new Window" in lower right hand corner. Click the arrows to progress the slides, click on images or hyperlinks to link out.

Readership Map


Who can submit?

Any individual that is associated with Molloy College - either directly or through one of the Special Programs, Centers, or Institutes.This includes students, faculty, staff, and administrators. 

Digital Commons Network

Search open access scholarly works published by Universities across the globe. Hover over the image to follow the link and then search or hover to find your area of interest. The wheel will automatically change to offer subcategories within each discipline. Performs best in Firefox browser.