Upload the PDF
Click on “Choose file“ to locate your PDF and on “Upload” to copy it on the ETD server.
The file name does not really matter, it will not appear publicly.
"Comment to this version" field is just for your conveninece, you can write here a reminder which version is uploaded. Such a comment might be, e.g., page 25 corrected. The
content of this field, next to the date and time of the upload, is
Figure 7 - Upload PDF
- Only bookmarked PDF files are accepted. Here you can find tutorials how to generate a bookmarked PDF.
- There should be NO special settings - like security options set - in your PDF, otherwise you may fail to upload the file.
All theses/dissertations in the Library's ETD database are automatically represented in a format where the text cannot be copied from the document.
- Your thesis/dissertation should be in a single file. Having your work devided into several files please merge them together before uploading.
- You can upload as many new versions as you want until your submission deadline. Previous version will be automatically deleted when uploading the new one.
If you are requested to make changes to your thesis by the examining committee, you must upload the new, corrected electronic version. In case you have no more access to ETD please contact your department's coordinator.
Check submission - the watermarked document for hard copy printing
After uploading the PDF all submission details (date, time, size, pages, comment, document link) will be listed. Please check the submission by clicking the "View document" link. You should see that a "CEU ETD Collection" watermark should appear on the side of each page.
Your department may require you to print and submit this watermarked version as a hard copy of your thesis. The hard copy and the electronically stored version should be identical.
Figure 8 - Document uploaded successfully
Figure 9 - Submitted document with the "CEU ETD Collection" watermark
Please note, for detecting possible plagiarism, uploaded documents will be submitted for textual similarity review to Turnitin.com. By submitting a document, you allow your paper to be included in the Turnitin.com reference database where it will be used solely for the purpose of detecting further plagiarism. The terms that apply to CEU's use of the Turnitin.com service are described on the Turnitin.com web site.
Clicking on the "Logout" button on the right side leaves the ETD Upload pages. When you log in next time, you will be directed to the "Upload" page immediately.
If your access to ETD has been restricted (AFter submission deadline and/or after graduation) you will see a a "you do not need to use this page any more" message.
Figure 10 - Your submission has been accepted; you do not need to use this page any more