About Institutional Repositories
Digital Commons @ ACU (DC@ACU) aspires to increase awareness and accessibility of the intellectual output of Abilene Christian University. We preserve and provide access to student and faculty work, such as working papers, published articles, conference papers, presentations, senior theses, graduate theses and dissertations. University Special Collections and Archives utilizes DC@ACU to disseminate uniquely-held or otherwise unavailable archival materials, rare books, and periodicals.
How do I upload my content to DC@ACU?
Employees of Abilene Christian University are encouraged to upload their unique and peer reviewed content to DC@ACU. Create a New Account by clicking on the "My Account" tab, in the upper-left menu, or clicking here. After setting up your DC@ACU account, you can click on the "Submit Research" link under the "Author Corner" to the left, select your College, Department, or Degree Program, and then follow the directions.
Looking for more information about Digital Commons?
To learn more about Open Access and Institutional Repositories, Publishing and Scholarly Communication, the Changing Role of Libraries, Copyright, Permissions, and Author's Rights, please visit the BePress | Digital Commons IR research page.
The DC@ACU Administrative Team is:
Lead Administrator - Click to email Lead Administrator or call 325.674.2880
Electronic Theses and Dissertations - Click to email Dr. Carisse Berryhill or call 325.674.2538.
Online Journals - Click to email Laura Baker or call 325.674.2477.
Stone-Campbell Resources - Click to email Mac Ice or call 325.674.2144.
ACU's Open Access Initiative Librarian - Click to email Erica Pye or call 325.674.2352.
**You must have your email set up on your computer for the email links to work properly.
If you are wanting to provide us with a Correction, or make a Request of our DC@ACU Administrator, please fill out our Google Form.