The Digital Scholarship Center is responsible for preserving the scholarly work of San Francisco State University, populating the ScholarWorks CSU institutional repository with masters theses, Ed. D. dissertations, open access journal articles, and other scholarly work. It also provides consultative and technical support for SFSU’s instance of Cal State Open Journals, and creates high-fidelity digital surrogates of cultural heritage items from the Library’s Special Collections & Archives.
ScholarWorks serves as the institutional repository for the 23-campus California State University system. It contains theses and dissertations written by SFSU graduate students from 2010 to the present as well as some works from previous years.
Theses and dissertations completed before 2010 are available in print on the 3rd floor of the library. Information on the physical collection can be found on the Masters Theses and Ed. D. Collection page. Visit the ScholarWorks Institutional Repository page for more information on using ScholarWorks.
The DSC creates high-fidelity digital surrogates of cultural heritage items held by the Library’s Special Collections & Archives. These digitized primary sources can be found in the Library's Digital Collections.