Manage new and existing collections. Dive into resources on uploading content, publishing to different structures, and enabling peer review and other tools to optimize your workflow.
Digital Commons Exhibits (DCX) is a curation tool for showcasing all kinds of content and stories from across your repository.
Introduction to the structures and their terminology, including the use of communities and each publication type.
Describes how to use the Digital Commons Batch Upload, Export, and Revise feature, which allows administrators to manage multiple records at once via an Excel spreadsheet.
Explains how to create a virtual hierarchy for your collections through grouping.
How to showcase repository content in multiple publications by creating virtual collections, either manually or by setting up automatic filters.
How and when to run an update in the repository to ensure changes display on the site.
Steps for administrators to upload and manage submissions in Digital Commons series, as well as configure basic series information and access.
Managing submissions, review, and publishing of electronic theses and dissertations with an ETD series.
Used to communicate technical and design requirements for new conferences and other proceedings in Digital Commons, Also used for event redesigns.
How to host event related materials from conferences, symposia, proceedings and more in the repository.
Instructions to manage images, photographs, artwork, and other visual materials using Digital Commons image galleries. Also describes how to add image slideshows and Content Carousels elsewhere in Digital Commons.
Digital Commons book galleries enhance the presentation of monographs, books, and a range of works by showcasing cover art and displaying primary files with their related chapters. This guide provides instructions to upload and publish materials in a book gallery.
Used to communicate technical and design requirements for new journals as well as journal redesigns.
Describes the typical preparation and technical steps involved in migrating a journal to Digital Commons.
Steps involved in publishing journals in Digital Commons, including submitting articles, peer review, revisions, and publishing selected articles. Intended for DC administrators and DC journal editors.
Peer review tools are available in most Digital Commons publication types and can support a variety of review workflows.