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ScholarWorks @ CWU

This guide introduces ScholarWorks, the institutional repository for Central Washington University, and explains its use by members of the university community.

What is ScholarWorks @ CWU?

ScholarWorks @ CWU, the institutional repository for Central Washington University, is administered by the James E. Brooks Library. ScholarWorks showcases the research and scholarly and creative output of members of the university community, and also features archival material documenting the history of the region. Any member of the university community may contribute to this repository. If you are interested in doing so, please see the Guidelines for Contributing to ScholarWorks for more information.

What does ScholarWorks @ CWU contain?

Included in ScholarWorks are:

1.) Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works: Including journal articles, conference presentations, primary source material, datasets, supporting documentation. Included here are abstracts and links to research that cannot be posted full-text for copyright reasons or due to author's preference.

2.) Student Scholarship and Creative Works: Including master's theses, senior capstone projects, and student conference presentations.

3.) Community Projects and Archival Collections: Including collections of images, audio/video recordings, and documents of historical value to the CWU community or greater Kittitas area.

4.) Journals, Conferences and Events: Including journals, conference schedules and presentations created or administered by students or faculty at Central Washington University.

Recent additions to ScholarWorks @ CWU

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