eCommons@Cornell is a service of the Cornell University Library that provides long-term access to a broad range of Cornell-related digital content of enduring value. It does so by accepting, describing, organizing, storing, and preserving that content. To read more about what materials are appropriate for submission to eCommons, see the Content Collection Policy.
Submitting to eCommons
Anyone affiliated with Cornell University may submit appropriate content to eCommons@Cornell. Read How to Submit for submission details.
eCommons Policies provide guidance to those submitting content to eCommons, as well as to those administering the service. The policies cover areas such as deposit, access, withdrawal, alteration, and privacy.
eCommons Rights and Responsibilities
eCommons Rights and Responsibilities contains additional information about the rights and responsibilities of depositors, the Library, and Collection Administrators.
Undergraduate Students and eCommons
Information for undergraduate students putting work into eCommons, about who can access your work and what you should consider.
eCommons Support and FAQ
If you would like to be notified when new items are submitted to the eCommons Digital Repository that are of interest to you, click on: Notify Me.
While most of the materials in eCommons are open to the general public, some are restricted to users affiliated with Cornell University. If you have questions about restricted resources, please contact us.