Hello and Welcome to LSU Libraries!
This is your introduction to services and tools that will make your time as a graduate student at LSU easier.
Take a look around and please let me know if you have any questions.
LSU hosts an institutional archive using Digital Commons.
The LSU Digital Commons repository collects, preserves, publishes and makes openly accessible the research and scholarship contributed by LSU faculty, staff, students, and units. Research and scholarly archived materials can include articles, monographs, books, theses & dissertations, audio-visual presentations, working papers, technical reports, conference proceedings, special collections, data, and publicly funded research.
LSU Digital Commons is part of a network of over 400 institutional archives, through which researchers can discover LSU faculty scholarship and research. The archive also satisfies NSF and NIH requirements for permanent storage of project data and ancillary materials.
In order to access the LSU Libraries' resources, please make sure that you are logged into your myLSU. Failure to do so may result in you being unable to access our information.
Steps for Logging into the Libraries' website using your myLSU
1. Log into your myLSU
2. Scroll down and look on the left-hand side for the words, "Library Resources"
3. Select, "LSU Libraries Home Page"
Once you have clicked that link, you should be logged into all of the libraries resources.
For difficulties using any of our resources, please contact the Research Help Desk.