Deposit Your Work
Congratulations for producing a valuable work of research!
The University Libraries provides a repository named Research Showcase to preserve and provide free online (open) access to the work produced at Carnegie Mellon. Faculty and students may deposit journal articles, conference papers and presentations, book chapters, technical reports, working papers, dissertations and theses in Research Showcase. See Copyright and Open Access for information about copyright restrictions and publisher policies.
- Deposit PhD Dissertation [.pdf]
- Copyright Issues Related to the Publication of Dissertations [.pdf]
- PhD Dissertation Checklist[.pdf]
- Proquest/UMI submission form[.pdf]
For questions, please contact Alice Bright, email@example.com.
- Historically master’s theses have been given to the library in print form, and the library has had them bound and added to our book collection. We are in the process of changing this to a digital format, in which digital copies will be submitted and added to Research Showcase. At the moment, we are clarifying our procedures; students should ask their departmental advisers how to submit their finished theses to the library.
For further questions, please contact Alice Bright, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- is Carnegie Mellon’s institutional repository. It provides a place for faculty and graduate students to bring scholarly content to the web and increase its visibility. It collects and organizes Carnegie Mellon’s research output into a single location, and makes it accessible to scholars and researchers worldwide. Research Showcase can house open-access articles, conference proceedings, working papers, technical reports, and other types of research.
For questions, please contact Kate Behrman, email@example.com.
Congratulations to all of you who have produced a valuable work of research, now taking its place within Carnegie Mellon’s constellation of world-renowned publications.