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  • The Open-Access Archive -: Organized by Departments, Centers, and Research Groups: Contains more than 60,000 articles, papers, ebooks, documents, presentations, creative activities, master's theses, open-access dissertations, etc. All free to all users.
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  • UNL Dissertations from ProQuest-UMI: More than 13,000 Ph.D. dissertations from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Includes all dissertations 1902-present. Free full-text access from UNL campus connections. Users from outside UNL have free abstracts and 24-page previews, with the option to purchase electronic full-text. This area is managed by ProQuest.
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The repository is a collaborative service of the University of Nebraska - Lincoln libraries. Faculty, researchers, and students associated with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are invited to deposit digital materials for long-term preservation and world-wide electronic accessibility. For assistance in depositing documents or for more information regarding the Digital Commons, contact Paul Royster, 306 Love Library, tel. 402 472-3628, email , or Sue Ann Gardner, 302 Love Library, tel. 402 472-2535, email .

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