Loyola University Chicago
Loyola University Chicago Libraries
Library SystemsMargaret Heller, Digital Services Librarian
Loyola eCommons is an open access, sustainable, and secure resource created to preserve and provide access to research, scholarship, and creative works created by the university community for the benefit of Loyola students, faculty, and staff, as well as the larger world.
- Publishing Activities Began: 2013
- Location: United States
- Languages published: English
- Organization: centralized library publishing unit/department
- Stage (1-3): 3 - Established
- Open Access Focus (1-5): 4 - Very Important
- Program Advisory/Editorial Board: No
- Peer Reviewed Journals: 50%
- Professional staff: 0.50
- Graduate students: 0.25
- Library Materials Budget: 100%
Publishing ActivitiesTypes of publications: conference papers and proceedings, student; educational resources (ex. textbooks, course modules); electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs); journals, campus-based student-created.
|Conference papers and proceedings, faculty|
|Conference papers and proceedings, student||264|
|Educational resources (ex. textbooks, course modules)|
|Electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs)||928|
|Journals, campus-based faculty-created|
|Journals, campus-based student-created||1|
|Journals, contracted by external groups|
|Journals, inactive back-issues|
|Undergraduate Capstones/Honors Theses|
2020: New publications from July 2019 to June 2020. Journals include titles actively publishing during the date range. Other publication types include items that were published or added to repositories for the first time within the date range.
OA/Paid/Hybrid: Publications currently published and/or available online. OA (open access) publications do not include counts for hybrid publications. Hybrid publications are those that offer a combination of both open access and pay-access content.
- environmental sustainability
- higher education administration
Technologies & Services
- Digital Commons (bepress)
- author advisory – other