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Honor's Project Submission

It is the student’s responsibility to provide the library a copy of the project in compliance with specifications below.
 

Directions for Paper Submissions to the Library:

  • Paper Projects should be submitted to Library Services by the last day of classes. The library arranges for binding and storage of paper copies.
  • Paper submissions of the project should be printed on good quality 8 1/2" x 11" paper (WEPA paper is suitable) that is neither stapled nor bound in any way.
  • Each page should have a 1.5" left side margin.
  • Each project should contain a separate title page that includes (at minimum) project title, degree award date, and author’s name.
  • Each project should include a copy of the Honor's Project application form with all necessary signatures.

Submissions to the Digital Commons

Please follow these directions if you wish for your project to be added to the Bridgewater College Digital Commons.

Go to the Honors Projects page in Digital Commons, https://digitalcommons.bridgewater.edu/honors_projects/
 
Click on “Submit Research” in the left column.
 
If you haven’t already, you will need to create a Digital Commons account. After you have your account, you will need to read the Non-exclusive Contributor Licensing Agreement (see link below), agree to it and supply the information requested on the Submission page, which includes
  • Title of project
  • Advisor name(s)
  • Degree Award Date e.g., Fall 2019
  • Keywords that describe your project
  • Discipline that describes your project (select from the available list)
  • Abstract of your project
  • Recommended citation for your project
  • If you wish for your project to be available for viewing beyond Bridgewater College IP addresses, please check the Force Open Access box
Upload your Word or PDF file of your project.
 
Please check the box for additional files and include a scan of your application form and any other additional materials such as poster presentations, photos, etc.
 
Click Submit.
 
Upload your application form and any other additional materials. Add Description of additional material. Click Save.
 
Click Continue.
 
You will receive an email when your project has been posted to the Digital Commons website.
 

Submitting your project to the Digital Commons confirms that you understand and consent to the terms listed in the following Licensing Agreement. Any questions related to the Agreement can be directed to Roberta Lowe.