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Showcase institutional milestones with engaging digital exhibits

Digital Commons Exhibits offers an intuitive interface and museum-quality designs that make it easy to manage, curate and showcase your institution’s most important digital content. Join our webinar on July 30th, "Increasing Visibility at Pitt Law with Digital Commons Exhibits".

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Law schools

Support the educational experience and raise institutional visibility

  • Highlight your law school’s research, historical cases, notable alum and more, enhancing the school’s reputation and showing what makes your school unique.

  • Create immersive exhibits, incorporating videos, images, audio recordings and interactive elements, enhance the learning experience.

  • Transform advocacy with virtual exhibits for moot court competitions.

  • Safeguard the rich tapestry of legal history by digitizing rare documents, landmark cases and historical artifacts, making legal history accessible.

Visit the Digital Commons Exhibits at the University of Georgia School of Law Libraryopens in new tab/window

Screenshot of Campbell University Law Library's digital collection, hosted on Digital Commons Exhibits

Medical schools & hospitals

Engage, educate and inspire through interactive exhibits

  • Engage students with dynamic videos, images, interactive models, and case studies.

  • Share institutional research scientific advancements with the global medical community.

  • Create compelling exhibits to educate patients on medical conditions, treatments, and preventive care.

  • Highlight healthcare heroes' stories and impact, inspiring patients and staff and showcasing institutional values.

  • Strengthen your community health advocacy with educational exhibits on conditions, prevention, and healthy living.

Learn how Digital Commons Exhibits supports the Texas Medical Center Libraryopens in new tab/window

Alice Sherwood, System Librarian, Texas Medical Branch Library

Large special collections

Preserve and showcase your institution's rich history and contributions

  • Showcase special collections to highlight the institution’s rich history and contributions to the academic and local communities

  • Preserve and protect valuable documents and artifacts, ensuring their accessibility for future research and scholarship

  • Support easy navigation and discovery of significant works

  • Enhance the institution's prestige, attracting scholars and researchers to your university

Explore the Digital Commons Exhibits at the University of North Floridaopens in new tab/window

60th Anniversary of the John F Kennedy Assassination collection, a special exhibit from Duquesne University hosted on Digital Commons Exhibits

Upcoming & Past Events

Through our customer-led webinars and presentations from the Digital Commons User Group conferencesopens in new tab/window, learn how Digital Commons Exhibits helps other institutions to manage, host and share digital collections of what makes their universities unique:

Upcoming events

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Session details

July 30, 2024 at 1:00 pm ET

Increasing Visibility of Key Collections: Digital Commons Exhibits at Pitt Law How do you highlight what makes your institution unique? Rachel Rossi, Public Services and Circulation Librarian at the Barco Law Library, University of Pittsburgh School of Law, has leveraged the recently-launched Digital Commons Exhibits to create compelling experiences that feature the unique people, collections, and contributions of Pitt Law. From the Roz Litman Digital Exhibitopens in new tab/window to Breaking Barriers: Celebrating Diversity at Pitt Lawopens in new tab/window, Rachel’s work captures the scholarship, images, interviews and documents of some of the institution’s most important moments. We invite you to join us for this webinar, where Rachel will discuss how DCX helps to enhance the visibility of their collections and future applications as well as her recommendations and advice for maximizing the potential of DCX. Attendees will come away with a solid understanding of how to leverage Digital Commons Exhibits to increase the visibility of their institution’s treasured moments and collections. Speakers: Rachel Rossiopens in new tab/window, Public Services & Circulation Librarian, Barco Law Library at the University of Pittsburghopens in new tab/window, and Ann Connolly, Director of Product, Digital Commons, Elsevier Register to join us!opens in new tab/window

Recorded events

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Out of the archive and into the spotlight: Telling the story of your institution through digital exhibitsopens in new tab/window Your institution holds a wealth of treasures, many of which are probably already in your institutional repository -- how can you tell their stories in exciting, compelling ways to provide even more visibility and access? In this presentation, Courtenay McLeland and Alice Sherwood will discuss how they’ve leveraged Digital Commons Exhibits (DCX) to expand the audience of their institution’s valuable content by building curated showcases of institutional history, archival materials, and a variety of other collections. Speakers: Ann Connolly, Elsevier; Alice Sherwood, Texas Medical Center Library; and Courtenay McLeland, University of North Florida Recorded session presented at the Digital Commons North American Conference 2023opens in new tab/window (October 9, 2023)

3-2-1-Launch! Building out-of-this-world exhibits with DCXopens in new tab/window Want to explore new worlds for your outstanding collections? Need a way to keep all your institutions’ exhibits within the orbit of the library? Learn from some of the Digital Commons community’s intrepid DCX explorers who are traveling to where no one has gone before to create out-of-this-world exhibits! Speakers: Ann Connolly, Digital Commons; Heidi Benedict and Susan McMullen, Roger Williams University; and Erica Finch, Utah State University Recorded session presented at the Digital Commons North American Conference 2022opens in new tab/window (November 9, 2023)