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How to Upload Your Dissertation to ProQuest: Remote Upload Steps


Remote Upload Steps


The document below will guide you through the process of uploading a dissertation to ProQuest

A note about supporting materials:

If you obtained written copyright permissions, you will be asked to upload those files. Also, you will have the option to include supplemental materials, such as audio, video, or spreadsheet files.

Filing for Copyright (optional)

Although your work has a copyright page in the front matter of the document, the University does not require that you file through the Library of Congress for copyright.  There are additional charges to file for copyright, and should you choose this option, you will need to key in your credit card information when asked to do so.

Tip: Allowing Search Engines to Find Your Work

When you upload into ProQuest Dissertations & Theses you are given the option to allow search engines (Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc.) to locate your dissertation or thesis in the database.

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