The featured publications listed below are collections in the University of Northern Iowa's institutional repository, which have been selected to be highlighted because they fall in one of several categories. Categories include hidden gem, feature student work, seasonal aspect, popular, or they highlight some university initiative. The list of featured publications is changed each semester.
Major Themes in Economics (CBA Journals)
This journal does not accept unsolicited articles. All papers selected for Major Themes in Economics are written by senior economics majors as part of a capstone course at the University of Northern Iowa.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
This is a collection of Open Access Books written by faculty, staff, and students at the University of Northern Iowa.
This collection is a subset of the larger Open Educational Resources collection.
This collection contains research and creative works by undergraduate students at the University of Northern Iowa. at the University of Northern Iowa. All student works require department, unit, or individual faculty review.
UNI's Undergraduate Student Work collection is featured in the Digital Commons Undergraduate Research Commons.
In fall 2017, Rod Library Special Collections & University Archives successfully completed a PawPrint fundraising campaign with the UNI Foundation to digitize this collection of football films. With donor support, approximately one third of the collection has been digitized to date.
A special video featuring footage of the Drake University versus Iowa State Teachers College, October 1, 1960 game film, with audio commentary by former player and coach Denny Remmert, former players Randy Buchwald, Marty Stratton, and Bill Salmon, and Associate Vice President of University Advancement Steve Gearhart. This commentary was recorded on May 19, 2018.
Material of the type found in this collection can also be found in print format in Special Collections & University Archives. For more information, see the finding aid for this specific collection.