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LMU Digital Commons: IR Introduction

 

LMU Digital Commons: University's Institutional Repository

LMU's Open Access Publications

The visual representation of LMU Digital commons. LMU Logo, and to the right the head and shoulders of an Abraham Lincoln statue on campus that happens to be right before Carnegie-Vincent Library. Blue background.

Mission Statement

LMU Digital Commons builds upon the mission of the Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) to serve the underserved of Appalachia by providing educational opportunities and uphold the principles of Abraham Lincoln’s life: a dedication to individual liberty, responsibility, and improvement; a respect for citizenship; recognition of the intrinsic value of high moral and ethical standards; and a belief in a personal God. It is an institutional repository dedicated to providing and promoting global access to scholarship in multiple forms. Among the featured scholarly materials is the Lincoln Memorial University Law Review, presented by LMU's Duncan School of Law. Visit the Lincoln Memorial University Law Review here.

Policy

The Institutional Repository Policy for LMU Digital Commons can be found here

Location & Contact

The nature of the Institutional Repository makes it purely a digital library. It can be accessed through the site here at any point.  Digital Commons is not undergoing extensive maintenance.

If you have any questions, please contact the Technical Services and Metadata Librarian, Arya Hackney, at 423.869.6586 or email Arya.Hackney@LMUnet.edu. Alternatively, you can contact the Institutional Repository Team at LMUIR@lmunet.edu