Brock University Digital Repository 


Brock University’s Digital Repository is an online archive showcasing and preserving the Brock community’s scholarly output as well as items from the Library’s Special Collections and Archives. Researchers can disseminate their work by depositing it in this Open Access repository, which provides free, immediate access to users while also allowing Brock scholars to track downloads and views of their scholarship.

For more information, see the repository's policies and procedures.

 

You can make a submission through the following methods:

  1. Self Submission – Follow the Self-Submission Instructions to deposit your work directly into the repository.
     
  2. Assisted Deposit – Complete the assisted deposit request form and Library staff will submit articles on your behalf.

 

Questions? Contact digitalrepository@brocku.ca

 

Graduate Theses & Major Research Papers (MRP)

If you need to submit your thesis or MRP to the repository to complete your graduation requirements you can do so directly in the repository. Follow the Thesis & MRP Submission Instructions to complete your deposit.

Question about thesis or MRP deposits can be directed to the Faculty of Graduate Studies & Postdoctoral Affairs at graduatestudies@brocku.ca

 

Researcher Profiles

 

  • The Press, Volume 10, Issue 12, November 22, 1973

    Higgins, Lesley (EIC); Crichton, Jim (Writer); Valverde, Marianne (Writer); Majtenyi, Anne Marie (Writer); Cook, Colleen (Writer); Kiss, Klara (Writer); Scovil, Dave (Writer); Macrae, Andrew (Writer) (1973-11-22)
    The Press, Volume 10, Issue 12 includes: Discussion regarding whether a gas station should be opened on campus; Lorne Williams, cherished member of Brock’s Board of Trustees steps down; On November 18th, the Feminist Encounter Movement held a consciousness raising session at Brock; What is all this nonsense about a boycott? Kraft is being boycotted by the National Farmers Union and now the students, but after a year, students want Kraft products to sold in the residence Tuck Shop.
  • The Press, Volume 10, Issue 11, November 15, 1973

    Higgins, Lesley (EIC); Cook, Colleen (Writer); Aldridge, Jim (Writer); Gray, John (Writer); Bannon, Cheryl (Writer); Scovil, Dave (Writer); Majtenyi, Anne Marie (Writer); Wilbur, John (Writer) (1973-11-15)
    The Press, Volume 10, Issue 11 includes: Scientists are cloning frogs and this is causing some public paranoia regarding the impact of the individuality of identity; Does the individual count in our democratic system?; Additions to the University Programme with extra funds.
  • The Press, Volume 10, Issue 10, Novembr 8, 1973

    Higgins, Lesley (EIC); Aldridge, Jim (Writer); Honsl, Cathy (Writer); Cook, Colleen (Writer); Valverde, Clara (Writer); Wedge, Grant (Writer); Bannon, Cheryl (Writer); Cotterell, Dave (Writer); Macrae, Andrew (Writer) (1973-11-01)
    The Press, Volume 10, Issue 10 includes: The Brock students’ Council’s (BUSAC) position in relationship to the structure of the residence Central House Committee is to determine and support what the residence students want; Full time enrollment in post-secondary education has gone up 30% since the year before; New Ontario Graduate Scholarship Programme replace the Ontario Graduate Fellowship Programme; The residence controversy: Discussion surrounding what the role of a residence don should entail; Comet Kahoutek to dominate the skies in December and January, could be the brightest comet of the century.
  • The Press, Volume 10, Issue 9, November 1, 1973

    Higgins, Lesley (EIC); Scovil, Dave (Writer); Honsl, Cathy (Writer); Ingrassia, Joanne (Writer); Valdvere, Marianne (Writer); Cook, Colleen (Writer); Lee, Charles (Writer); Hein, Lelan E. (Writer) (1973-11-01)
    The Press, Volume 10, Issue 9 includes: Group of Brock students attend an open pro-life meeting (Niagara Right to Life) to discuss matters of legal abortion; The Society for Asian Studies (S.A.S) is formed at Brock; National Union of Students demands sweeping reforms regarding tuition prices; Abortion should be legal: a discussion about Malcom Muggeridge’s presentation at the Right to Life meeting.
  • The Press, Volume 10, Issue 8, October 25, 1973

    Higgins, Lesley (EIC); Valverde, Marianne (Writer); Scovil, Dave (Writer); Lee, Charles J. (Writer); Bogusis, Sylvia (Writer); Levesque, Gaylene (Writer) (1973-10-25)
    The Press, Volume 10, Issue 8 includes: Residence dons ignore referendum and create a games room; Brock students boycotting Kraft foods; A new Ontario Graduate Scholarship Programme was announced.

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