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Submission Agreement (required): Read the agreement and check the box to affirm that you have the right to submit the work and to grant CUNY the non-exclusive right to distribute that work through CUNY Academic Works. Then click “Continue.”
Title (required): Enter the title of the work, using headline-style capitalization.
Authors (required): Your name (along with your email address and affiliation) should already appear in the author field. If you have a co-author, click the green plus-sign button to add. You may enter an affiliation and email address for the co-author, but you don’t have to. (If you do enter an email address, your co-author will also receive monthly download statistics from the repository.) Repeat for any additional co-authors.
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Document Type (required): Select the appropriate document type from the list. If your work doesn’t fall into one of the listed categories, select “Other.”
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Keywords (highly recommended, improves discoverability): Enter one or more keywords or keyword phrases for your work. Separate keywords/phrases with commas.
Disciplines (highly recommended, improves discoverability): Explore the discipline hierarchy by clicking the plus signs next to each major discipline. Select the discipline(s) that best describe your work.
Language (required): Identify the language in which your work is written or spoken.
Abstract (highly recommended, improves discoverability): Provide a brief summary of your work.
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Upload File (required): Select one of the following:
Upload file from your computer.
Import file from remote site (if, for example, the work is already posted on your personal website or a subject repository).
Additional Files (optional): Check this if you have supplementary files to upload along with your work – e.g., a data set to accompany an article or PowerPoint slides to accompany a conference paper.
Double-check your entries: Once a submission is approved by the repository administrator, it cannot be edited or removed except by contacting the administrator. Therefore, please take care to supply the correct information on the submission form.
Click “Submit” (but not until you're sure you're ready). After submitting a work, you do not have an opportunity to review the work before it is posted to the repository. Therefore, please be sure that the work is ready for distribution before submitting it.
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