Help faculty launch journals in emerging fields
Many faculty members want to spearhead journals within their discipline — but commercial publishers are often reluctant to launch journals in new or highly specialized fields. Give your faculty the opportunity to start journals that benefit from industry-leading search engine optimization, custom branding and design, and professional-grade peer-review tools.
Support student journals
Student publishing, from literary magazines to peer-reviewed interdisciplinary research journals, improves student learning outcomes and support university strategic goals. Consistent hosting and branding, along with unlimited training for each new editor and staff member, make sure the journal stays tied to your institution long after this year’s editors graduate.
House archival publications
Whether you just unearthed 62 years of your alumni newsletter or need somewhere besides the dean’s desktop to house back issues of the flagship law review, Digital Commons is a secure, hosted solution for archival content.
Increase and measure impact
On-demand readership metrics show editors, authors and other stakeholders where your journals are being read. Filter, export and share analytics such as readership by region, country, and institution or industry, search referrer trends and usage trends over time.
Click below to see a sampling of journals hosted on the Digital Commons platform (please note that the All Journals list is not comprehensive).