What is Digital Commons? It’s our institutional repository that serves as a space to showcase faculty, staff, and students scholarship that they produce. DigitalCommons@Goodwin made its debut in the Fall of 2014 and already it has over 2000 downloads!
The repository currently holds over 400 items, and the most downloaded items to date are: “Bullet-Time in Simulation City: Revisiting Baudrillard and The Matrix by way of the ‘Real 1999’” by Randy Laist Curriculum Director and Associate Professor, English; “The Invasion of the Flapper: How the College Women of the 1920s Transformed the American College Experience” by Katherine Kalagher Associate Professor, English; “Effects of Personalized Narration on Learner Motivation in a Web-Base Environment” by Mark Fazioli Director of Online Studies; and “The Development of Two Anatomy and Physiology Courses that Allows Students to Complete Their Course Requirements at Home Using eScience Labs: Comparison Among Online, Hybrid and On-Ground Courses” by Debra Rajaniemi and Vicky Navaroli Assistant Professor of Science.
Check out Digital Commons for yourself. You will find papers and publications, capstone projects, photographs along with archival collections from our Special Collections. Items are constantly added, and the Digital Commons also has the capability to host conference materials, newsletters, visual materials, journals, and much more!
Interested in submitting your scholarly work to the Digital Commons but you are not sure how? For more information you can email our Digital Commons team at email@example.com or call (860) 913-2042. You can also find some author FAQs here.