ScholarlyCommons includes a variety of content produced by the Penn scholarly community. As one of Penn’s digital libraries, we aim to provide collections in support of the following four overlapping areas of focus:
Unique, library-created materials drawn from Penn collections or Library programs, and materials originating in digital form deemed worthy of preservation.
Distinctive works of Penn schools and centers, faculty, or students.
For examples of noteworthy ScholarlyCommons collections in support of these areas, visit our Types of Materials page.
Submit to ScholarlyCommons
Make your works discoverable through ScholarlyCommons, Penn's openly accessible institutional repository. Take advantage of Faculty Assisted Submission by sending us your CV or list of publications (faculty only), submit materials yourself, or set up a consultation to discuss your digital project.
Please note that Faculty Assisted Submissions are currently on hold due to pandemic staffing issues.
Please note that staff will be on special winter break from December 24, 2020 - January 5, 2021