Policies for Master's Theses
Who Can Submit
Master's Theses only publishes materials about work conducted under the auspices of the University of Connecticut Graduate School.
Rights and Permissions
Submission Agreement for Masters Theses
Before submitting a paper to the repository, authors should be sure that all necessary permissions have been cleared. Authors retain the copyright to their own paper and grant the University of Connecticut the non-exclusive right to publish this material, meaning that the author may also publish it elsewhere.
It is necessary that an author agrees to the terms of publishing in the repository listed in the author agreement:
"I hold the copyright to this article or have been authorized by the copyright holder to upload this article for distribution, and agree to permit this document to be posted in Master's Theses.
I warrant that the posting of the work does not infringe any copyright, nor violate any proprietary rights, nor contain any libelous matter, nor invade the privacy of any person or third party, nor otherwise violate Repository policies.
I understand that accepted papers may be posted immediately as submitted unless the submitting author requests otherwise or submits a revision."
Authors have the option to choose either Open Access (full content available to all) or Campus Access (full content only available to those using a computer on the UConn campus, to those with a UConn email address, or through interlibrary loan).
Authors also have the option to choose to place their theses under a temporary embargo that range from six months to 10 year.
For additional information, please contact the UConn Graduate School, email@example.com.