Choose the research project or creative works you would like to submit.
Write a 500-750 word essay describing and reflecting upon your research process and use of library resources, including, but not limited to:
**Remember, this is a library award so this part of your entry is crucial.**
|3||Redact (remove) all identifying information from your submission materials to help ensure fairness in judging.|
Upload the final version of your research project or creative works. Make sure to:
Students retain all rights to their work. However, students must also grant a non-exclusive license to the university at the time of submission. The license confirms that the student is the creator and contributor of the work and grants the university permission to share the work in an open-access digital environment for educational purposes.
Students and any co-authors retain all intellectual property rights for their work. Students submitting materials for which they do not own copyrights, must certify that they have obtained permission from the copyright owner before making materials available online.
Students also give the university permission to make their work available to all users and to adapt it to accessible formats per American Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance requirements. Requests for use of the work for purposes other than education will be referred back to the copyright holder.