Digital Scholarship Center
The Digital Scholarship Center is responsible for the digitization, preservation and access to digital collections in the Library, including items from Library Special Collections and SF State Masters Theses and Dissertations.
About the Digital Scholarship Center
After the completion of the Library Building Project in 2012, the electronic course reserves component of the Reserve Book Room separated from traditional course reserves and became the Digital Scholarship Center (DSC). Shortly after opening, the DSC, while still maintaining electronic course reserves until 2018, began managing the institutional repository (ScholarWorks) and the digital asset management system (CONTENTdm).
Work began on populating the IR with the backlog of close to 2,000 theses and dissertations placed in storage during the library closure (2008-2012). Since then, over 4,000 items have been housed in the IR, many of them electronic theses and dissertations that were individually scanned and optimized by DSC staff. In addition to electronic theses and dissertations, the DSC also began creating digital surrogates of primary sources from the Library’s Special Collections & Archives, housing and displaying many rare books, student strike ephemera, and photographs in CONTENTdm.
The DSC moved to LIB 360 in early 2020. With the new space's much larger footprint, we are able to find more creative and more permanent solutions for our equipment. The space also expands capacity for training sessions revolving around digital scholarship and open knowledge.
Frank V. de Bellis Collection
Labor Archives and Research Center
- Evan C. "Slim" Lambert Oral History
- Evan C. ""Slim"" Lambert Oral History
- Group standing in line, Farmworkers Weekend, Los Angeles, Calif., United Farm Workers (UFW)
- People in meeting room, Farmworkers Weekend, Los Angeles, Calif., United Farm Workers (UFW)
- Unidentified man, Farmworkers Weekend, Los Angeles, Calif.,United Farm Workers (UFW)
ScholarWorks Digital Repository
- Revisionary temporal experiences : how a recognition of tachpsychia in verse alters interpretation
- Trade war with China
- Natural chimerism in the invasive colonial ascidian Didemnum vexillum
- Examining authorship and identity through the player-avatar relationship in video games
- Testimonios of undocumented students in higher education : A Critical Latina Feminist Phenomenology