SCHOLARSHIP@SOU - SUBMISSION FORM

FACULTY
Faculty are invited to submit scholarship in whatever form it may be presented electronically. See "Submission Notes" below.

GRADUATE STUDENTS
All graduate students are required to submit electronic versions of theses and projects and a Submission Form. Students submitting masters’ theses are also required to submit three print copies and complete the Theses Binding Submission Form http://hanlib.sou.edu/ir/Thesis_binding_form.doc . See Submission Notes below.

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Capstone projects can be submitted by filling out the Submission Form below. Projects need to be approved by your faculty advisor. See "Submission Notes" below.

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Submission Notes

- After filling out the Submission Form you will be asked to upload your file(s). If the project cannot be attached via the form bring the file to the Hannon Library Circulation Desk on a CD, data DVD, or thumb drive.

- For information on typical file types and acceptable file formats, please see: http://hanlib.sou.edu/ir/formats.html

- If your project contains mathematical equations, symbols, images, or multiple file formats, convert the project into a PDF. If you need help, contact Jim Rible 541/552-6821 or rible@sou.edu.

- Please allow 7-14 business days for your paper to appear in Scholarship@SOU. If you do not see it after 14 business days, please contact libdigi@sou.edu to verify the paper was properly submitted.

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    PERMISSIONS / CONDITIONS OF USE

    All materials in the SOU Institutional Repository are open-access and available for use for educational purposes, according to Fair Use as defined by U.S. Copyright Law. Copyright remains with the author of the scholarship. Single copies (print, photocopy, download) are permitted for personal study, research, and teaching only.
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