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NYIT Library Electronic Thesis & Dissertation Institutional Repository: Instructions

Congratulations!

As you complete the final steps towards graduation, it is now time to deposit your final Thesis Document into the NYIT Library Institutional Repository. Your project will be accessible and preserved electronically. The repository is now accepting 2020 and Fall 2021 graduating thesis.

Take these five steps to deposit your document:

STEP 1: Prepare Your Document

  • All deposits must include a formatted cover page.

  • Cover pages include your Thesis/Project Title, Name, 
  • Save the final thesis/capstone document as ONE pdf (portable document file). 
     

  • NY Tech provides Adobe Acrobat, watch this short video with instructions on combining pdfs. Contact askalibrarian@nyit.edu If you need additional assistance combining documents. 

  • Name your pdf file: LastName_FirstName.pdf 

STEP 2:

Click to Open Vireo, Click Login to Register as a New User.

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Register as a new user using your NYIT email.   Select "Manage/View your submission" > "Start Your Submission" Once you begin an entry, select the action "Edit" or "Continue"   to continue a previous submission. 

Institutional Repository Submission Agreement

Publication in the Institutional Repository requires you to acknowledge and accept this Non-Exclusive Distribution License

STEP 3: Upload the document.

Upload the document. Remember, the cover page required by your degree and/or academic department should be the first page of the pdf document.

File Name: LastName_FirstName.pdf 

STEP 4: Receive Confirmation Email

Once an entry is complete, You receive a confirmation email noting the Master's Thesis/Project or  Dissertation has been received.

Your document will be placed in the queue and processed along with all other submissions for the current semester in the order in which your completed file was received. Final documents will become available, beyond any publication or patent embargoes, within 3 - 6 months of your submission.

Your published Master's Thesis/Project or Dissertation remains discoverable and accessible through the New York Institute of Technology Libraries in perpetuity. 

If you have questions about the visibility of your thesis document in the Institutional Repository, email askalibrarian@nyit.edu.

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