The Jefferson Digital Commons holds a wide variety of material from across Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health. The primary requirement is that the work must have been created by a Jeffersonian while affiliated with Jefferson, with a focus toward scholarly and institutional output. Below is a sample of what the JDC holds, but if you have content you would like added that is not represented, just reach out to one of our librarians to discuss if your work is a good fit for the JDC.
- Conferences & Symposiums: The JDC also holds content from Jefferson-run conferences and symposiums. Each page has the conference schedule as well as any related slides, recordings, and supplemental materials.
- Grand Rounds & Lectures: Many Jefferson departments post their Grand Rounds to the JDC in addition to annual lectures, podcasts, and other audio and video recordings.
- Journals & Newsletters: The JDC hosts a variety of departmental newsletters, peer-reviewed journals, alumni magazines, and student-run publications.
- Thesis, Dissertations, and other Student Materials: You can find a number of student materials in the JDC, from theses and dissertations to research projects, capstones presentations, published articles, and posters. Please note, students must have faculty approval to submit coursework to the JDC.
- Historical Collections: The JDC is also the University Archives' digital repository. You can find a wide range of historical material including yearbooks, photographs, oral histories, matriculation records, lecture notes, and more.