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No. You only need to submit a PDF of your thesis or dissertation to ProQuest.

Thesis and Dissertation Submission

Yes. You will complete the and upload it as an administrative form to your ProQuest account. You will also upload the signed form, the , and the "Certification of Completion" (for PhD candidates only) as administrative documents during the submission process.

Instructions for Uploading and Submitting your Electronic Thesis or Dissertation (ETD)

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Yes, but copyright registration is optional. Copyright of student work is held exclusively by the student unless it is subject to a provision of the College Intellectual Property Policy (this could be true for a student who is doing the bulk of their thesis or dissertation work as part of a funded position at the College). The copyright registration in ProQuest is a service that will register the work with the Copyright Office; the only additional protection this affords the student is the ability to recover financial damages if they want to pursue legal action against an act of copyright infringement. If you choose not to do this through ProQuest, you can do it through the Copyright Office. |

Creative Commons (CC) is a non-profit organization devoted to expanding the range of creative works available for others to build upon legally and to share. The organization has released several copyright-licenses known as Creative Commons licenses free of charge to the public. These licenses allow creators to communicate which rights they reserve, and which rights they waive for the benefit of recipients or other creators. Creative Commons licenses do not replace copyright, but are based upon it. Creative Commons licensing allows the student to let users know what they can legally do with the thesis or dissertation without asking permission.

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DO NOT wait until the last minute to submit your ETD. The process will take longer than you think and there may be heavy traffic on the submission website near submission deadlines. The deadlines for submission are unable to be extended due to technical difficulties. Deadlines for submission for each term are available . All ETDs AND the required forms are due by 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time on the applicable due date. Paper submission/approval forms must be received in the Graduate School office before 5:00 p.m. on the due date. A step by step guide to ProQuest submission is available .

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The ProQuest ETD site for the University of Oregon is available . When you access the site the first time you will be required to create an account. Keep track of your username and password because - you will need to access the site more than once during the ETD process. Be sure that the email address you list on your account is one that you will continue to check frequently for correspondence from both ProQuest/ UMI and the UO Thesis Editor.

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You can order them online via ProQuest. There are options for different sizes and both hard and soft binding. While you can purchase bound copies through ProQuest, other less expensive are available through alternate sites that offer traditional binding and many more print options. Students can upload their final document to the site and choose cover art, etc. for their own print copies.

Dissertations - ProQuest Dissertations FAQ

Once you establish an account, you will receive a email from the ProQuest ETD system (this email and others generated from the ProQuest ETD system, may get caught in your spam filter, so please watch for this). Use the link provided in the email to confirm your account. Once you confirm your account you will be taken to the Submit my ETD page of the ETD Administrator website. We suggest you explore the entire site in advance; the submission steps are detailed on the left menu. We also suggest you review all of these supplemental instructions in advance.

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You will be asked to make decisions about traditional versus open access publishing and copyrighting your work. We suggest you review these materials in advance (see Duke University's article for more information) so that you can have made these decisions by the time you are ready to submit. All theses and dissertations will be automatically added to Scholars' Bank, the University of Oregon's open access institutional repository, at no charge.