What do I have to do?
1. Fill out and submit the online form called Author Access form. Most of the information from this form will be used create access to your Capstone. The private information (your address, email, etc.) will be kept in the Library's private records to identify you as the owner of the Capstone. This form is also an agreement between you as the author and the Library, letting each other know that we each understand our rights and responsibilities with regard to copyright.
2. Put your Capstone into acceptable archive format.
3. Email your Capstone as an email attachment to "email@example.com". If your Capstone is in CD or other format in a container, make an appointment with Jane Pollock in the Library (contact information below) to drop off your Capstone. Remember, unless otherwise negotiated with your faculty advisor, archiving your Capstone is voluntary.
Who can answer my questions?
Computer related/technical questions about the formats:
Information about the Archive, archival process or any of the forms:
TAT Capstone formats and archiving:
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