Beginning in 2013, the Celebration was included in Carroll Collected, a digital resource dedicated to gathering, preserving, and providing access to the scholarly and creative works of the John Carroll community and the records that document our achievements. Organized and administered through Grasselli Library, Carroll Collected is a secure space providing persistent access to the materials it contains.

Poster Presenters

If you are a poster presenter, you can send an electronic version of your poster to Carroll Collected along with the Deposit Form.  Note that all authors of a work must give their permission to be included in the archive.

Paper or Panel Presenters

If you are presenting at the Celebration based on scholarly report, you can submit an electronic version of either your report or a PowerPoint presentation to Carroll Collected along with the Deposit Form. Note that all authors of a work must give their permission to be included in the archive.

Art Exhibit Artists

Artists exhibiting at the Celebration Art Exhibit in Grasselli Library are welcome to submit a professional looking TIFF file of their work to be included in the Celebration archive along with the Deposit Form.

Why use Carroll Collected?

The easily accessible and visible digital archive can permanently store scholarly and creative work to share with the world. Material from the Celebration will be organized into a separate community, preserved by year, and made available to the public in a stable environment.  All material will be tagged with a Creative Commons copyright license.

For more information, see the Carroll Collected FAQ list or contact Samantha Schneider.