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Please click on the words below to see definitions for commonly-used CDR terms. If you have questions or would like us to add a definition, please contact us!

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Reviewing Masters Papers and Honors Theses in the CDR

Initiating the Review Process The review process initiates when you receive an email from CDR notifying you that a deposit is ready for review.  Alternatively, you can check your review queue by logging in to the CDR and clicking on

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Using Single-Use Links

What is a Single-Use Link? A single-use link can be used to download a specific file in the CDR. It must be generated by the owner of the work or their proxy and can only be accessed one time before

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How to Deposit Your Masters Paper in the CDR

Use these instructions to deposit your Masters Paper in the CDR.  If you are depositing Masters Paper for Studio Art, please see “How to Deposit Your Studio Art Masters Paper in the CDR.” The CDR strongly encourages all depositors to

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How Do I Edit My Work in the CDR?

Log in to the CDR. Click on your Onyen in the top right corner and select “Dashboard” from the drop-down menu. Click on “Works” in the left menu. Click on the title of the work that you wish to edit.

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How to Deposit Your Honors Thesis in the CDR

The Carolina Digital Repository (CDR) strongly encourages all depositors to make their work as accessible as possible before depositing their work in the CDR. Depositors should consult the UNC’s Digital Accessibility Office guidelines for creating accessible content. Note that the Digital Accessibility Office provides

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How Do I Delay Publication of My Work?

If you’d like to delay publication of your work, you may choose to set an embargo when depositing. An embargo restricts access to a work for a set period of time. You might choose to set an embargo to comply

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How to Deposit Your Studio Art Masters Paper in the CDR

Use these instructions to deposit your Studio Art Masters Paper in the CDR.  If you are depositing a Masters Paper for another program, please see “How to Deposit Your Masters Paper in the CDR.” The CDR strongly encourages all depositors

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How to Deposit Your Article

The Carolina Digital Repository (CDR) strongly encourages all depositors to make their work as accessible as possible before depositing their work in the CDR. Depositors should consult the UNC’s Digital Accessibility Office guidelines for creating accessible content. Note that the Digital Accessibility Office provides

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Licenses in the CDR

Licenses show what actions you will allow others to take with your work. Licenses differ from rights statements, which indicate the copyright status of the work. The CDR also allows users to choose rights statements for their work. The CDR

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