About Digital Commons @ UNL
General items (articles, papers, chapters, etc.)
Masters theses & free public access dissertations
Undergraduate honors theses
PhD dissertations (required, at ProQuest)
Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)
The Guide to submitting in the sidebar is a pop-up step-by-step walk-through of the process. Submission of materials requires you to log in or set up a free account. Log-in is not required for browsing or downloading.
Permissions for self-archiving—SHERPA-RoMEO
Your inclusion of published journal articles in the institutional repository is an extension of your copyright to the work. If copyright was transferred to a publisher, their policy on self-archiving may be found here.
This is a noncommercial site. All content is free and full-text. Some content is restricted to campus connections and some is embargoed from all public view. Special access requests for educational purposes may be directed to the managers.
Digital Commons Repositories
To view a list of other institutional repositories using bepress technology, please visit http://digitalcommons.bepress.com/institutions.html.