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Effective December 2014, the University Library has developed submission instructions so that graduate students may upload their own work into ScholarWorks, including Masters theses, projects, and dissertations. The following link provides information about ScholarWorks and the procedure for submitting.

  • http://csus.libguides.com/scholarworks
  • Updated on April 13, 2015


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    Effective December 2014, the University Library has developed submission instructions so that graduate students may upload their own work into ScholarWorks, including Masters theses, projects, and dissertations. The following link provides information about ScholarWorks and the procedure for submitting.

  • http://csus.libguides.com/scholarworks
  • Updated on April 13, 2015


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