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NKU's Digital Repository is a centralized digital location in which the university seeks to collect and provide open access to:

  • permanent university records with high research value
  • scholarship and creativity by the university community
  • the heritage and history of the Northern Kentucky region as represented in the university’s Special Collections

Examples of content types include, but are not limited to institutional research reports, policies and minutes of NKU governing bodies, as well as faculty and student authored publications and research.

This repository is managed by Steely Library for the benefit of the campus.

Terms of the Northern Kentucky University Institutional Repository Nonexclusive License Agreement are available here.


Recently Added

  • EKUOpen 
    Smith, Kelly (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Kelly Smith, Coordinator of Collections & Discovery at Eastern Kentucky University Libraries, presented a session about open educational resources for the online workshop held June 23, 2020, Steely Library's afternoon ...
  • Agnew, Junko; Jentsch, Nancy; Rosales Figueroa, Iliana (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Three NKU professors presented at the 2020 NKU German Club Faculty lecture series. Junko Agnew explored the language politics of Manchukuo. Nancy Jentsch addressed the role of humor in the Harry Potter books by J.K. ...
  • Layne, Priscilla (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Dr. Priscilla Layne was the featured speaker for the 2020 NKU German-American Day lecture. In her presentation, she traced the history of entanglements between Germany and the Black Diaspora, and discussed both representations ...
  • Halvorsen, Gail S.; Brightwell, David (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Retired Colonel Gail S. Halvorsen and David Brightwell, pilot of C-54 Spirit of Freedom, were the featured speakers at the 2009 NKU German-American Day Lecture commemorating the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
  • Hardman, Greg (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Greg Hardman, President and CEO of the Christian Moerlein Brewing Company, presented a lecture on the history of the company at the 2013 NKU German-American Day held on campus.

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