FIU Digital Commons provides a number of services to individuals and departments at FIU. From archiving your research papers and presentations to hosting unique journals or events through our site, Digital Commons staff can provide you with the tools and support to successfully provide free and open access to your work.
The repository is open to all faculty, staff, graduate students and affiliates of FIU. Any scholarship, creative work or work of institutional importance coming from FIU are eligible for inclusion into Digital Commons. Digital Commons supports the preservation of digital objects no matter what format. However, it is suggested that materials be deposited in open formats such as .PDF, HTML, JPEG, MP3, WMV etc. for ease of user accessibility and preservation purposes.
Learn more about the services provided from our Digital Commons Guide.
Digital Commons provides additional support to faculty in organizing their work through our SelectedWorks service. SelectedWorks are individual FIU faculty pages that allow faculty to organize and manage their research on their own webpage while taking full advantage of all the benefits offered by Digital Commons, including usage reports, persistence and increased discoverability.
Browse these tools for additional information on the management and policies of FIU Digital Commons collections and learn more about issues pertaining to copyright, open access and scholarly communication.
- A Guide to Digital Commons
- FIU Digital Commons Policies and Guidelines
- ETD Submission Guide
- Selected Works
Copyright and Author's Rights:
Institutional Repository Coordinator