Let your scholarly works SOAR!
Faculty, staff, and students at SUNY Broome can share their scholarly and creative works with the public through our repository space in the SUNY Digital Repository (SDR) and the SUNY Open Access Repository (SOAR). The Library manages the SUNY Broome SOAR and SDR repositories. If you are interested in having your work included in one of the repositories, or if there is exemplary student work you would advocate for inclusion, fill out the interest form and a librarian will be in contact to help you with the submission process.
The SUNY Open Access Repository (SOAR)
The SUNY Open Access Repository (SOAR) is a centrally managed online digital repository that stores, indexes, and makes available scholarly and creative works of SUNY faculty, students, and staff across SUNY campuses.
The primary items designated for inclusion into SOAR are scholarly articles, or the kinds of writings typically published in peer-reviewed scholarly journals and conference proceedings.
The SUNY Digital Repository (SDR)
The SUNY Digital Repository (SDR) is a centrally managed repository that includes collections from approximately 40 SUNY campuses and SUNY System Administration. If differs from the SUNY Open Access Repository (SOAR) in that its content covers a broad range of topics with a strong focus on local campus archival and special collections. This repository is also used to house:
- SUNY Broome Library's Special Collections and Digital Archives
- Faculty sponsored student works and course projects
- Student newspapers and publications
- Open Educational Resources (OER)