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Theses may be archived on iskWiki. For thesis uploaders, please remove personal information that you feel uncomfortable sharing publicly. Readership may also be limited to those with UP Webmail accounts by filing such request with our Helpdesk.


Follow the Revised Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) of the University of the Philippines System AND your own academic unit's policy on online thesis archiving. The Office of the President, in particular, has issued the memo on Public Access to Theses, Dissertations and Defense Proceedings for immediate and strict compliance. It contains a sample cover page for your thesis. A supplementary Guidelines for Public Access to Theses and Dissertations has also been issued by the Vice Chancellor for Research and Development.


With no-cut-and-paste, no-print, no-download features


  • Step 1: Upload your thesis (pdf) using the UP Flipbook. (Please avoid using special characters--like colon, comma, exclamation mark--in your filename.)
  • Step 2: create a cover page using this procedure and link the successfully uploaded thesis from your newly created cover or summary page on IskWiki.



With no-cut-and-paste, no-print features


  • Step 1: print or convert your thesis into pdf format. On Mac OS, open your word processing application, go to Print, click on PDF and then Save as PDF. On Windows, you may use Bullzip Free PDF Printer. [1] In one of the settings of your choice application, turn off cut-and-paste and printing options.
  • Step 2: with the use of your UP Webmail account, upload the pdf file using the DILC Uploader.
  • Step 3: create a cover page using this procedure and link the pdf file from there.



With no restrictions


  • Step 1: print or convert your thesis into pdf format. On Mac OS, open your word processing application, go to Print, click on PDF and then Save as PDF. On Windows, you may use Bullzip Free PDF Printer. [2]
  • Step 2: with the use of your UP Webmail account, upload the pdf file using the DILC Uploader.
  • Step 3: create a cover page using this procedure and link the pdf file from there.



Optional


  • upload cover art or graphic design (for feature purposes)




PDF uploads vs. Flipbook uploads of theses


  • Flipbook uploads are more secure because they do not allow direct cut/copy/paste/download options to thesis.
  • PDF uploads are easier to share because users can download a copy of them.
  • For security reasons, "PDF only" uploads will reflect only after a system check has been completed.



See Also




Notes


  1. You may also use any of the following free applications: Open Office, PDFCreator, PrimoPDF, PDF Printer.
  2. You may also use any of the following free applications: Open Office, PDFCreator, PrimoPDF, PDF Printer.



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