Digital Initiatives and Repository Services offers digitization, metadata creation, and online distribution of scholarship, gray literature, and other WSU materials. The department manages Wright State's Institutional Repository CORE Scholar.
Our department is eager to assist you with your projects.
Reach an international audience through search engine optimization
Open channels of communication in your field
Gain access to scholarly research free of charge and licensing restrictions
Provide one location for all WSU scholarly output
Raise the profile of WSU and its scholars
Expose the scholarship and unique materials held by WSU to the public at-large
Expand the potential for broadly sharing WSU knowledge
Be a part of the Digital Commons Network that brings together free, full-text scholarly articles from hundreds of universities and colleges worldwide
CORE Scholar is an institutional repository sponsored by the Wright State University Libraries and managed by the Digital Initiatives and Repository Services Department. The institutional repository collects and makes available the scholarly output of WSU faculty, staff, and students as well as local, regional, and WSU heritage material. The goal of CORE Scholar is to provide open access and worldwide exposure to Wright State's unique research and collections.
CORE Scholar is built on the bepress Digital Commons platform which offers a wide array of tools to showcase the academic successes of Wright State including:
You might consider contributing articles, e-prints, preprints, datasets both statistical and geospatial, technical reports, images both visual and scientific, working papers, conference papers, audio/video files, electronic-publications, and more.
We will a review publishers' policies to ensure compliance when posting copyrighted materials. If the policy is unclear, we will contact the publisher on your behalf for clarification and/or permission.