Connect your conferences, workshops & events to the world
Need to share conference materials or host student scholarship event materials online?
We can help
See what other institutions are doing with their repositories to openly share materials from scholarly conferences, open educational materials (OER), current research, student portfolios and more:
- Online academic conference hosting, including streaming audio/video, from ValpoScholar at Valparaiso University, Digital Commons@Georgia Southern and ScholarWorks at Boise State University
- Online eClass Tutorials collection on CLS Scholar at Concordia Seminary to help students and instructors learn about the institution’s remote learning and teaching technologies
- Online educational materials to support distance learning from theRepository at St. Cloud State University and Penn Libraries Scholarly Commons at the University of Pennsylvania
- Rapid posting and dissemination of breaking coronavirus and related viruses research from Providence St. Joseph Health Digital Commons
- Live stream of conference presentations from FIU Law Symposia from eCollections at Florida International University College of Law
- Audio and video class recordings on Scholars Repository at the University of New Hampshire
- Podcasts on Dartmouth Digital Commons
- Images and slideshows on Scholarship Repository, University of Michigan Law School
- Student portfolios submitted digitally from Iowa Research Online at University of Iowa
If you would like to create similar resources, Digital Commons can help with our conference workflow tools designed to help you successfully host and share event materials online.
Whether you need to host materials for a single undergraduate conference or a wide variety of events, the Digital Commons team has the expertise to quickly help you and your students manage, host and promote open and virtual:
- Conference flyer (PDF, 775.6 KB)
- Lecture series
- Student scholarship flyer (PDF, 833.5 KB)
- Workshops, and more
Webinar: Saving the cancelled conference
Hear from two experts at Boise State University and learn how a digital repository can help promote your university's research and scholarship during a time when online access and open discovery are more important than ever.
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Digital Commons’ conference workflow tools enable you to:
- Create a home for promoting calls for papers, event registration, session abstracts & programs
- Embed live streaming presentations from a third-party platform, such as YouTube or Vimeo
- Openly & securely publish your academic conference proceedings, posters, symposium articles, lecture series recordings, workshop notes, musical performances, student scholarship projects & more
- Track & report each event’s success through real-time dashboards that are optimized for open discovery & visibility
- Create a permanent record:
- Professional, custom branding for each event (aligned with your institution’s branding)
- Sort activities by location, sessions, department, etc.
- Archive all content, including data & multimedia
Conferences and events are key to promoting institutional repository services University-wide. With Digital Commons’ robust conference and event tools … we are building relationships with conference organizers across campus.
—Jeffrey Mortimore, Discovery Services Librarian, Georgia Southern University