Answered By: Jolene Cole
Last Updated: Jun 07, 2023     Views: 116

The Knowledge Box is a digital repository that captures, maintains, preserves, and provides access to Georgia College’s intellectual capital and institutional records in addition to supporting its teaching and research missions. The Knowledge Box, an initiative of the Ina Dillard Russell Library, demonstrates the university’s dedication to engage and enrich local and global intellectual communities by “connecting what matters” through avenues not currently supported by traditional library and publication methods. The Knowledge Box serves to enhance and perpetuate Georgia College’s legacy and make it discoverable to all.

The Knowledge Box serves as the portal for submissions to research events such as the annual Student Research Conference and houses dissertations by GC graduate students such as the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Translations and Clinical Research Projects. The Knowledge Box also serves as the repository for our Special Collections digital collection, including items on the history of Georgia College. 

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