Clayton State Digital Repository

The Clayton State Digital Repository (CSDR) collects, preserves, and shares scholarly research with its community of users. These contributions demonstrate the value placed on instruction and research as well as illustrate how the University’s mission is met across our campus community. The uploaded documents will be freely accessible online and will include faculty and student scholarship, electronic theses, open access journals, campus documents and publications, and more.

Recent Submissions

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    Who's Afraid of a Little AI
    (2023-08-14) Patrice Hines Prevost
    This paper explores the challenges archivists will face as they grapple with the influence of artificial intelligence on their daily workflows, the changing repository users’ expectations, and the necessity to remain relevant through these challenges. Cultural heritage workers will have a choice to reconfirm their societal value as those who are uniquely qualified to provide verifiable accessibility to archival holdings or be forgotten. Fresh approaches and collaborations will be key to meeting this wicked challenge at the risk of being paralyzed by inaction.
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    4014 Internship Final
    (Clayton State University) Vincent-Ekunwe, Nomayo; Morgan, Jillian; Department of Computer Science and Information Technology; Clayton State University;
    This is a report for an IT Major internship conducted within the Electronic Resources Department of the Clayton State University Library.
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    Clayton State University 2021 HIP Implementation Report
    (Clayton State HIP Implementation Committee, 2021-12) Furlong, Michelle; Hain, Joie; Helton, Joey; Pena, David; Mays, Justin
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    Column Chromatography and GC-MS Analysis of Ghanaian Home Remedies
    (Department of Chemistry & Physics, Clayton State University, 2022-04) Shahbazi-Asl, Arya; Parker, Cass;
    This research project is a continuation from the previous semester where Ghanaian home remedies were analyzed to see what compounds are in them that contribute to their healing capabilities. The specific unknown that was further analyzed is the sample that describes curing manpower and low sperm count. Column chromatography and GC-MS were used for this process, which gave favorable results such as D-Allose, Acetaminophen derivatives, and Palmitic acid. All of these compounds have some form of identifiable healing property which is likely to appear as this is a home remedy. Further analysis of the spectra and tweaking of the procedure will need to be done due to time constraints.