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.
ScholarWorks – Repository of Masters Theses, Dissertations and written creative works. Software used is DSpace, an open source institutional repository software package managed by the Systemwide Digital Library Services group in the Chancellor’s Office.
Digital Special Collections - Software used is ContentDM, a commercial digital asset management system distributed by OCLC.
Unit Head, Matthew Martin
Recent Collections Updates
Frank V. de Bellis Collection
Labor Archives and Research Center
ScholarWorks Digital Repository
- Concrete ocean : critical Pacific Islands and oceania studies pedagogy
- Manager recognition : impact of employee citizenship behaviors and perceptions of transformational leadership
- An environmental critique of American post-apocalypse narratives : ecocriticism and ethics
- The politics of disposability : the generational effects of the Bracero Program
- Equity oriented practices in a college level pre-calculus classroom