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IUPUI Thesis/Dissertation Formatting & Deposit Procedures THESIS/DISSERTATION OFFICE THE PURDUE GRADUATE SCHOOL Updated 9/17/2015 Link to this presentation This slide show is available on the Thesis/Dissertation Offices Guidance page : http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/research/

thesis/guidance.html West Lafayette Thesis/Dissertation Office Thesis/Dissertation Manager Mark D. Jaeger [email protected] Thesis/Dissertation Assistant Ashlee Messersmith [email protected] Thesis/Dissertation Receptionist Nancy Florence

[email protected] CONTACT: [email protected] or (765) 494-3231 IUPUI School of Engineering and Technology Director of Graduate Programs and Admissions Valerie Lim Diemer (ME, BME & TECH students only) [email protected] Phone: (317) 278-4961 Fax: (317) 274-4567 IUPUI

Electrical and Computer Engineering Assistant to the Chair Sherrie Tucker (ECEN students only) [email protected] Phone: (317) 278-9726 IUPUI Graduate Office Purdue Graduate Admissions Coordinator and Programs Recorder Summer Layton [email protected]

Phone: (317) 274-1577 IUPUI School of Science Executive Director of Research and Graduate Education, Dean's Office Mary Harden [email protected] Phone: (317) 278-0214 Refer to page 2 in your packet

REQUIRED SURVEYS Graduate School Exit Questionnaire IUPUI students are not required to take the Graduate School Exit Questionnaireit is for West Lafayette students only Survey of Earned Doctorates IUPUI Ph.D. candidates are required to take the Survey of Earned Doctorates: sed/norc.org/survey Print the Certificate of Completion as soon as

you finishyou wont be able to log in again Refer to page 3 in your packet REQUIRED FORMS Master's Thesis Forms 1. GS Form 9 2. GS Form 32 3. GS Form 30 (formerly ETD Form 9) Ph.D. Dissertation Forms

1. GS Form 9 2. GS Form 32 3. GS Form 30 (formerly ETD Form 9) 4. Certificate of Completion for Survey of Earned Doctorates Form Guidelines All forms can be obtained on the Required Forms page of the Thesis/Dissertation Office site: http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/research/ thesis/required-forms.html

Dont download your forms from anywhere else (no Google searches!) Dont print double sided GS FORM 9 Signed by all members of your committee & your department head Format Approved By line:

IUPUI Masters students & Clinical Psychology Ph.D.: in most cases your IUPUI contact will sign as Thesis Format Advisor IUPUI Ph.D. students (except Clinical Psychology): your

major professor will sign as Chair in the Format Approved by field GS FORM 32 PAGE 1 Fill out your personal information Then, print the form your original signature

is required on some of the following pages Dont attach this form to electronic copies of your thesis/dissertation GS FORM 32 PAGE 2 Review the nonexclusive publication agreement with

Purdue e-Pubs If you want your work to be available openaccess through Purdues institutional repository, sign page 2 If you do not want your work to be available open-access through Purdues institutional repository, do not sign page 2

GS FORM 32 PAGE 3 If you do not want a publication delay: 1. 2. check the No publication delay box sign & date page 3

If you want a publication delay: 1. check the Publication delay box & write the length of delay(must match the information you provide ProQuest) 2.

Sign & date page 3 3. Have your major professor sign &date page 3 GS FORM 32 PAGE 4 You must certify the

Research Integrity and Copyright Disclaimer by signing the top portion of page 4 Your major professor must certify that an iThenticate review has taken place by signing the bottom portion of page 4 GS FORM 30

FORMERLY CALLED ETD FORM 9 Using your signed GS Form 9 as a guide, type the names of your committee members and department head on the appropriate lines Then print it, scan it & attach it to the front of your thesis as a cover

page NO other forms should be attached to your electronic thesis Special Forms Find these on the Thesis/Dissertation Offices Required Forms page GS Form 15: Request for Confidentiality (required if a student wishes to participate in Purdues confidentiality program)

GS Form 36: Thesis Title Abbreviation (required for thesis/dissertation titles over 200 characters) CONFIDENTIALITY DELAY OF PUBLICATION Confidentiality and Delay of Who administers this program? Publication Table How do I request this program? Submit GS Form 15

Whose signature do I need? Purdue University Graduate School Major professor Head of Departmental Graduate Program Sponsored Programs Contact (if requesting Confidentiality for more than 1 year) What are typical periods of

confidentiality or delay? 1 year 2 years What material will be available? None Pending patents When is this program typically Pending publications

used? Proprietary rights Export control Do you need a paper copy of Only if your department requires a departmental library copy my thesis/dissertation? On page 3 of GS Form 32 & when submitting to ProQuest ProQuest

Major professor 6 months 1 year 2 years Indefinite Abstract & Citations will be online through ProQuest Pending patents Pending publications Proprietary rights No

Confidentiality and Delay of Publication Confidentiality and Delay of Publication may be used individually or together depending on author needs If you opt to request both Confidentiality and Delay of Publication, the Confidentiality period will be enacted first, when it ends, the Delay of Publication period will begin Major Professor Approval

If you are considering requesting Confidentiality or a Delay of Publication, please discuss it with your major professor If your major professor has questions about the differences between these programs, please ask him/her to contact the Thesis/Dissertation Office Forms 15 and 32 If you request Confidentiality, you must complete GS Form 15 with your major professor and obtain your department heads

signature If you request a Delay of Publication, your major professor must sign page 3 of GS Form 32 and the delay period on that form must match the delay period your give to ProQuest iThenticate Plagiarism Detection Reviews At least one iThenticate review is required for all theses/dissertations deposited at Purdue Your major professor will need to perform the review

S/he can obtain an iThenticate account from Dr. Peter Dunn, Purdues Research Integrity Officer, by sending an email to [email protected] Major Professor Certification Your major professor must certify that an iThenticate review has taken place by signing the last page of GS Form 32 You and your major professor can find out more about iThenticate on the Executive Vice President for Research and Partnerships

Avoiding Plagiarism page: https://www.purdue.edu/research/researchcompliance/integrity/avoiding-plagiarism.php Proxy Signatures Make every effort to obtain signatures from all your committee members If you cannot obtain a signature, we do permit your major professor or department head to sign as a committee members proxy A permission letter from that committee member must be submitted with the form We can allow this for up to 2 committee members

See packet for more details & a sample permission letter/email Refer to page 10 in your packet DEPOSIT APPOINTMENTS THESIS/DISSERTATION DEPOSIT DEADLINES DEPOSIT DEADLINES FOR IUPUI PH.D. CANDIDATES

Excluding Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Candidates FALL 2015 October 16 at 5 pm (ET): Last day for Exam Only and Degree Only registrants to deposit a dissertation December 11 at 5 pm (ET): Last day for General Candidacy registrants to deposit a dissertation SPRING 2016 4 March at 5 pm (ET): Last day for Exam Only and Degree Only registrants to deposit a dissertation

29 April at 5 pm (ET): Last day for General Candidacy registrants to deposit a dissertation Your West Lafayette department may have earlier deadlines than this. You are required to meet all departmental deadlines. DEPOSIT DEADLINES FOR IUPUI SCHOOL OF SCIENCE MASTERS CANDIDATES AND PH.D. CANDIDATES IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY FALL 2015 October 16:

Last day for Exam Only and Degree Only registrants to upload format-approved thesis document to Purdue via ProQuest. To schedule a thesis review appointment, contact Summer Layton at [email protected] November 23: Last day for General Candidacy registrants to have a mandatory format review of a thesis (postdefense) by the IUPUI Graduate Office. To schedule a thesis review appointment, contact Summer Layton at [email protected] December 11: Last day for General Candidacy registrants to upload format-approved thesis document to Purdue via ProQuest DEPOSIT DEADLINES FOR IUPUI SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY MASTERS

CANDIDATES FALL 2015 October 9: Exam Only and Degree Only registrants must submit their thesis to ProQuest at least 12 hours prior to October 9. Send an e-mail to Valerie Lim Diemer at [email protected] at least 15 business days (3 weeks) in advance of deposit date to schedule final thesis format checks. December 9: General Candidacy registrants must submit their thesis to ProQuest at least 12 hours prior to December 9. Send an e-mail to Valerie Lim Diemer at [email protected] at least 15 business days (3 weeks) in advance of deposit date

to schedule final thesis format checks. DEPOSIT DEADLINES FOR IUPUI DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING CANDIDATES SPRING 2015 October 12: Exam Only and Degree Only registrants must submit their thesis to ProQuest at least 12 hours prior to March 2. Send an e-mail to Sherrie Tucker at [email protected] at least 15 business days (3 weeks) in advance of deposit date to schedule final thesis format checks.

December 10: General Candidacy registrants must submit their thesis to ProQuest at least 12 hours prior to April 29. Send an e-mail to Sherrie Tucker at [email protected] at least 15 business days (3 weeks) in advance of deposit date to schedule final thesis format checks. 120 December 15 December 8 December 1 November 24

November 17 November 10 Deposit Appointments by Week November 3 October 27 October 20 October 13 October 6 September 29 September 22

September 15 September 8 September 1 August 25 August 18 August 11 August 4 0 General Candidacy Deadline 100

80 60 Exam Only/Degree Only Deadline 40 20 Chat of Deposit Appointments by Week

FORMAT REVIEWS FOR MASTERS CANDIDATES & PH.D. CANDIDATES IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY Format Review All IUPUI Masters candidates and Ph.D. candidates in Clinical Psychology: Please work closely with your IUPUI contact Candidates must receive clearance from IUPUI contact before submitting their ETD to ProQuest

Your IUPUI contact will notify West Lafayette when a student is approved West Lafayette will not review IUPUI theses unless we receive notification of IUPUI clearance Three Attempts at Review Candidates working with Summer Layton, Valerie Lim Diemer, and Sherrie Tucker (ECEN students only) You will be given 3 attempts at reviewif you are unable to get approved after 3 attempts you will be sent back to your advisor/department and may not graduate

Graduation Deadlines for the School of Engineering and Technology Engineering Masters students should go to the School of Engineering and Technologys Graduation Information page for requirements and deadlines: engr.iupui.edu/sites/graduateprograms/ current-students/graduation-information.php LONG DISTANCE DEPOSIT APPOINTMENTS FOR PH.D. CANDIDATES

Long Distance Deposit Appointments If you are a Ph.D. candidate at IUPUI you need to make a long distance deposit appointment with the West Lafayette Thesis/Dissertation Office (Ashlee Messersmith) This does not apply to Clinical Psychology Ph.D. candidatesyoull work directly with Summer Layton at IUPUI Scheduling Your Appointment To schedule your long distance deposit appointment, go to the Appointment

Booking/Cancellation page of the Thesis/Dissertation Office site: http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/research/ thesis/appointment-booking/index.html Appointment Guidelines All of your required forms must be in the Thesis/Dissertation Office before your appointment time or the appointment will be cancelled Factor in mailing time when choosing your appointment date

Thesis/Dissertation Office Mailing Address 155 S. Grant Street B-80 Young Hall Thesis Office West Lafayette, IN 47907-2114 If you want scans/copies of your forms for your records, please make them before you mail your forms to the Thesis/Dissertation Office. Deposit Checklist Carefully review the Deposit Checklist, found on the

Thesis/Dissertation Offices Deposit Process page: http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/documents/ thesis/x-depositchecklist-01.2015.pdf Departmental Format Review The engineering departments at West Lafayette will perform formatting checks on dissertations from IUPUI Engineering Ph.D. candidates If you are an Engineering Ph.D. candidate, please go to the Thesis/Dissertation Offices Thesis Format Advisor Contact list: http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/research/thesis/

contact.html DEPOSIT FEE Thesis/Dissertation Deposit Fee $90 for Master's candidates $125 for Ph.D. candidates The West Lafayette Bursar's Office will mail you a paper bill approximately 2 months after your deposit appointment Please follow the payment instructions on the bill

Refer to page 11 in your packet ELECTRONIC THESIS DEPOSIT Using Copyrighted Material If you wish to include previously copyrighted information, the copyright-holder must give you tangible permission (email, letter, or contract) You will need authorization to use your own material if you signed over your copyright to a journalreview all contracts carefully Failure to attach permission(s) could result in

unauthorized material being expunged by ProQuest or they may decline to publish the entire thesis Copyright Permissions Upload permission letter/emails as supplemental PDF files when you submit your thesis Links to sample permission letters and emails can be found on the Guidance page of the Thesis/Dissertation Office site: http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/research/ thesis/guidance.html

Additional information on copyright law can be found on Purdues Copyright Office page: lib.purdue.edu/uco/ Submitting Your Document To submit your electronic thesis/dissertation, go to ProQuests ETD Administrator site: etdadmin.com/cgi-bin/home Creating Your ProQuest Account Be careful when creating your ProQuest accountsome of their extra services require

payment If you pay for something you don't actually want, you will need our assistance to request a refundsthis process takes several weeks Video instructions for creation of ETD account and submission are in the Guidance section of our site Format Review by Thesis/Dissertation Office A thorough review of your format is part of the deposit process

Even if your thesis has been approved by your IUPUI contact or your Departmental Thesis Format Advisor, the West Lafayette Thesis/Dissertation Office has final approval review/approval authority Approval Emails If your document meets all Purdue formatting guidelines, your thesis format will be approved You will receive an email (sent to the email address used when creating your ProQuest

account) telling you your format is approved Corrections Requests and Resubmission If your document does not meet all Purdue formatting guidelines, you will get an email (to the email address you use when creating your ProQuest account) telling you what corrections you need to make Please make all corrections as quickly as possible and resubmit through your existing account Please do not continually resubmit-this slows

down your approval Additional Reviews The Thesis/Dissertation Office staff will review your document again The process continues until your format is approved You will then receive an email (to the email address you use when creating your ProQuest account) telling you your format is approved Publication

Your document will appear online through ProQuest approximately 5-6 months after graduation (appearance of your e-Pubs link will take a bit longer) Please carefully read your ETD approval email it answers the most FAQ Post-Deposit Edits To make a change to a thesis/dissertation youve deposited: request a copy of GS Form 37 from the Thesis/Dissertation Office

have it signed and approved by your major professor, your department head, and a dean of the Graduate School pay the $200 Late Graduation Fee* *Fee can potentially be appealed using GS Form 38: purdue.edu/GradSchool/faculty/forms.cfm IUPUI ScholarWorks Repository Check with your IUPUI thesis format advisor for ScholarWorks submission deadlines Once youve been granted permission by your IUPUI contact, you will upload your

thesis/dissertation to ScholarWorks Your IUPUI contact will confirm that the thesis/dissertation uploaded to ScholarWorks is approved ScholarWorks Reviews If the uploaded document is not approved, your IUPUI contact will reject the upload and youll receive and email explaining how to resubmit This process continues until the upload is approved ScholarWorks will make your thesis/dissertation

available after graduation ScholarWorks Site Go to the IUPUI ScholarWorks site for more information: scholarworks.iupui.edu/ Refer to page 12 in your packet PDF CONVERSION Adobe Acrobat Pro

ProQuest recommends the use of Adobe Acrobat Pro A free 30-day trial version is available from Adobe: https://acrobat.adobe.com/us/en/free-trialdownload.html?promoid=KQZBB If you prefer not to use Adobe Acrobat, a list of alternate PDF conversion software packages is available on our site Conversion Guidelines Use Letter setting (for paper sized 8 inches by 11 inches)do not use A-4 setting (for

paper sized 8.3 inches x 11.7 inches) Check all pages after you convert Pay special attention to images and tables Embed your fonts before converting if you are using MS Word (refer to the MS Word Template Guide for embedding instructions) Refer to page 13 in your packet FORMATTING: MICROSOFT WORD MS Word Templates

The Thesis/Dissertation Office strongly recommends that you use puthesis, the LaTeX template for Purdue theses and dissertation But if you dont know how to use LaTeX and dont have time to learn, we also provide MS Word templates on the Thesis/Dissertation Offices Templates & Guidance page: http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/research/ thesis/templates.html Template Guidelines Even if you use our MS Word templates

correctly, you will still have to make manual adjustments Budget in time for formatting If you are not familiar with MS Words advanced features you will need time to learn how they work Template Guide & Help Pages We offer a Template Guide which provides: Instructions for using MS Word Formatting guidance Troubleshooting for common errors

If you cannot find a solution to your issue in the Template Guide, go to Microsofts extensive help pages: office.microsoft.come/en-us/support MS Word Template Help If you have an issue and cannot resolve it using the Template Guide and Microsofts help pages, send an email to [email protected] with WORD TEMPLATE in the subject line.

Refer to page 14 in your packet FORMATTING: LATEX puthesis LaTeX Template You'll find puthesis (the LaTeX documentclass) and lots of help here: engineering.purdue.edu/~mark/puthesis/ LaTeX is free and is available for a wide range of computers and operating systems Most LaTeX theses are approved first or second time

LaTeX is now mandatory for ENG & TECH! puthesis Guidelines LaTeX isnt totally error proof: Some blank pages may have to be removed (e.g., after abstract or between appendices) Watch for consistency with dates, degrees, names, etc. The mini-headers on each page of your Table of Contents & List of Tables/Figures may not automatically appear on all pages as required Be sure the default paper size is Letter Setting (8

inches by 11 inches) LaTeX Help If you have an issue and cannot resolve it using the extensive FAQ section on the puthesis main page, send an email to Dr. Brian King at [email protected] Refer to page 15 in your packet SAMPLE THESIS PAGES

GENERAL FORMATTING GUIDELINES PAPER Paper copies are not required If you want a hard copy for personal or departmental use, check with your IUPUI contacts about local printing vendors You may also obtain hard copies through ProQuest (please allow 6-8 months for their arrival due to Purdue and ProQuest processing times) FONT

The Thesis/Dissertation Office doesnt require a specific font, but some departments have style guidelines that will dictate font choice--check with your department Standard academic fonts (including Times New Roman, Calibri and Computer Modern) are recommended University format requirements emphasize consistency Font size variation in tables, figures, captions, symbols or when using mathematical/scientific terms is generally acceptable SPACING

Spacing will be determined by style guidelines (including APA, Chicago, MLA, and the Council of Biology Editors) Double spacing and 1.5 line spacing are considered standard Long quotations, headings, and captions may be single spaced Multi-lined headings, subdivision headings, figure captions, table captions, footnotes, and end notes are normally single spaced MARGINS

Left: 1.5 inches Right: 1 inch Bottom: 1.25 inches Top on major/chapter heading pages: 2 inches Top on regular pages: 1 inch

Special cases: All tables and figures, including their captions, must conform to margin requirements If facing pages are necessary, the right and left margins are reversed PARAGRAPHS Avoid having a single line of a paragraph appear at either the bottom or top of a pagealways have at least 2 lines together Turn on your Widow Control function in Word or LaTeX

Avoid headings with no text underneath at the bottoms of pages Avoid running headers (as used in APA style) PAGINATION All pages are numbered except for cover pages Preliminary pages use lowercase Roman numerals Title page is technically page number i, but the number is hidden Starting with Chapter 1, switch to Arabic numerals The first page of Chapter 1 is page number 1

Page numbers go in the upper right corner of the page: inch below top edge and 1 inch from right edge Page numbers must be in the same font and font size as your text ORDER OF THESIS/DISSERTATION PAGES A list of the required order of thesis/dissertation pages can be found on the Thesis/Dissertation Offices Guidance page:

http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/research/thesis/ guidance.html SPECIFIC FORMATTING GUIDELINES GS FORM 30 FORMERLY CALLED ETD FORM 9 REQUIRED Using your signed GS Form 9 as a guide, type the names of your committee members

and department head on the appropriate lines Then print it, scan it & attach it to the front of your thesis as a cover page It goes before your Title page NO other forms should be attached to your electronic thesis TITLE PAGE

REQUIRED No visible page number, but technically page i Spacing must be consistent between blocks of text Name/title/degree must match GS Form 30 & Abstract page Date is graduation month and year (May, August, or December only) Example: December 2015

Title page includes campus location --write it out fully: Indianapolis, Indiana DEDICATION OPTIONAL Center on the page Non-English text is allowed No heading is used Page number ii Not listed in Table of Contents

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS OPTIONAL Center heading Use 2" top margin 3 single-spaced blank lines between heading and first line of text Text spacing same as in main body of text (1.5 or 2) Paginated in lowercase Roman numerals

Not listed in Table of Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS REQUIRED Page numbers must be in a straight line along right margin Ensure there are no gaps in your leader dots: ....... . ..... ... .... ...... ........ ......

Include Page mini-headers over the page number column on all pages of TOC -these may not automatically populate Do not list your Table of Contents in your Table of Contents! TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTINUED On the second page and all

subsequent pages: use 1" top margin Remember to add Page miniheader above page number column LIST OF TABLES OPTIONAL Page numbers must be in a straight line along right margin Ensure there are no gaps in your leader dots:

....... . ..... ... .... ...... ........ ...... Include Table mini-headers over the table name column and Page mini-headers over the page number column on all pages of TOC --these may not automatically populate LIST OF FIGURES OPTIONAL Page numbers must be in a straight line along right

margin Ensure there are no gaps in your leader dots: ....... . ..... ... .... ...... ........ ...... Include Figure mini-headers over the figure name column and Page mini-headers over the page number column on all pages of TOC --these may not automatically populate LIST OF SYMBOLS,

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS, NOMENCLATURE OR GLOSSARY OPTIONAL Most candidates place these sections at the beginning for the readers convenience If your Glossary is more than 2 pages, you ma move it to the after pages (between the Notes section and the

References section) ABSTRACT REQUIRED Name/title/degree/date must match GS Form 30 & title page Dont use all caps on your title or put it in quotation marks Titles/departments of major professor(s) not required

Some departments do require additional professor information Dont include images, tables, figures or equations in this section PUBLICATION(S) OPTIONAL Placement options: 1. After Abstract (use Roman numeral pagination)

2. After Vita (use Arabic numeral pagination & a cover page) Scans of original publications may be used if they and legiblepage numbers and left margin must match the rest of the document Want to use articles as chapters? Check with the Thesis/Dissertation Office

first CHAPTERS REQUIRED Must be consistently organized First chapter always starts with page number 1 Watch your numbering: 1 might accidentally appear on two pages Check for blank lines at the

tops of pages Text starts 3 single-space lines below chapter/major heading Use all caps on chapter/major headings TABLES & FIGURES OPTIONAL Table captions go ABOVE

tables Figure captions go BELOW figures LANDSCAPE PAGES OPTIONAL If you turned your landscape page up like a portrait page, the page number should be in the same place as a portrait page number Instructions for landscape

page creation can be found in the MS Word Template Guide You can use multiple pages for very large tables/figures or use oversize or facing pages For facing pages: captions go in same direction as REFERENCES REQUIRED

If included as part of a chapter: Treat as first-order subdivision Formatting guidance Troubleshooting for common errors If included as a section: Treat as a major

division/chapter-style heading Preceded by cover page (which isn't numbered nor counted) Make sure cover page and heading match REFERENCES CONTINUED Use a style accepted by your

department and use it consistently Avoid inconsistent spacing in and between entries On page 2 and all subsequent pages use a 1" top margin Don't let a reference entry be split between two pagesif one of your entries appears on two pages: push down the entire entry so it appears all together on the second page

APPENDIX OR APPENDICES OPTIONAL Preceded by a cover page For Appendix (single): treat it as a major division heading 2" top margin heading in all caps For Appendices (multiple ):

treat it as a subdivision heading 1" top margin do not use all caps Left margin must always be 1.5 (but you can adjust top, right and bottom margins if necessary) NOTES OPTIONAL

If included after chapters: treat section as a subdivision heading 1" top margin do not use all caps If included as a section: treat section as a major division heading 2" top margin heading in all caps

FOOTNOTES OPTIONAL Footnotes may be single spaced and 10 point font You may adjust the bottom margin if it keeps a footnote all together on one page Please avoid footnotes that continue on multiple pages VITA REQUIRED FOR PH.D.

OPTIONAL FOR MASTERS Preceded by cover page Major division page: 2" top margin all caps title Style of Vita determined by department There are 2 style options for the Vita: 1. Narrative 2. C.V.

Heading will always be VITA, regardless of your vita style VITA CONTINUED Do not include photographs or creative formatting Font, font size & line spacing should match the main body of your document

DON'T INCLUDE PRIVATE DATA (such as home address or cell number) COVER PAGES REQUIRED Not numbered or counted (they get skipped over like they aren't there) Don't include in Table of Contents Same margins, font, and font

size you use in the rest of the document Center the heading on the page vertically as well as horizontally COVER PAGES CONTINUED Use before these sections

when they appear in After Pages*: References Appendix Appendices Vita

Publication(s) If you have trouble with skipping page numbers in Word, you can insert them using Adobe Acrobat Pro once you're in PDF form *If you put References, Appendix, or Appendices after each chapter, you do not need a cover page FORMATTING

CHECKLIST Before you submit, go through your document using our Formatting Checklist Youll find it on the Thesis/Dissertation Offices Templates page: http://www.purdue.edu/ gradschool/documents/thesis/ x-formatting-checklist.pdf

FEEDBACK SURVEY https://purdue.qualtrics.com/ jfe/form/SV_dipusORMpQrcIiV (765) 494-3231 [email protected] ? QUESTIONS (765) 494-3231

[email protected] Schedule your long distance deposit appointment 1 Select Long Distance Deposit Then, click Request your appointment Schedule your long distance deposit appointment 2

Provide all requested information Do not use nicknames In the Department field, include IUPUI before your department name Then, click Book Appointment Schedule your long distance deposit

appointment 3 All blue spaces are unavailable Click on an available time slot Schedule your long distance deposit appointment 4 Click save

Then, click Confirm Appointment Schedule your long distance deposit appointment 5 Now, check that youve received a confirmation email. It contains important instructions. If you dont receive it after 15 minutes, let us know. Please save a copy of your confirmation email so you can

easily refer back to it and check the time and date of your appointment. Submitting Your ETD Document 1 Click Submit Submitting Your ETD Document 2 Use the dropdown menu to jump to U.S. institutions

Submitting Your ETD Document 3 Scroll down until you find: Purdue University Graduate School Submitting Your ETD Document 4 Click on create your account Submitting Your ETD Document 5

Fill out your information Click Create Account, then follow the instructions for uploading your thesis/dissertation and any supplemental files

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