Learn About WesScholar

WesScholar is a suite of services and platforms that enables Wesleyan students, faculty, and staff to store and share their research data and other scholarly and creative outputs digitally. WesScholar is provided and supported by the University Library in partnership with Information Technology Services.

  • Why use WesScholar?

    Make it Open and Discoverable - Providing free access to information increases its discoverability and use.

    Make it Enduring - Permanent URLs (DOIs) build stable, long-term access to information. WesScholar mints DOIs when they are not provided by a publisher.

    Comply with Funders - Fulfill funders’ open access requirements by depositing data, publications, and other grant outputs.

  • How to Self-submit Your Content to Digital Collections

    You can submit your own content to WesScholar's Digital Collections by providing a DOI or entering information manually.
  • Guidelines and Policies

    WesScholar accepts research data, scholarly and creative outputs, and their related information and materials in a variety of formats and file types. All submissions made to the repository must be in a digital format.

    Some formats and disciplines may be out of scope or capability for WesScholar. Wesleyan students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to use the most suitable repository for their content and the University Library can help you to identify one.

    Restricting access to your materials

    Collection policy

    Submission policy

  • Glossary

    Understand the terms we use when talking about Digital Collections, WesScholar, and our repositories.
  • Contact Us

    Contact us with questions about WesScholar, Digital Collections, and our related services at wesscholar@wesleyan.edu.