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Archival submission to DR-NTU and WKWSCI Tech Team

 

 WHAT IS DR-NTU?
 
 - DR-NTU is the University’s online digital archive that stores and provides access to academic and research
   publications of staff and students of NTU. Students' works will be stored in the restricted portion of the  
   Repository where access is given to current NTU staff and students. Repository where access is given to 
   current NTU staff and students. current NTU staff and students. 
 
 - Students who fail to archive their FYP reports on time may not be allowed to graduate.
 
 
- The University retains the right to use your archived final year project within NTU guidelines.

 

 WHAT TO SUBMIT IN DR-NTU?
 TYPE OF PROJECT FYP REPORT  ACCOMPANYING MATERIALS
 Campaign P  Softcopy of creative works such as posters, videos, etc.
 (if available)
 Journalism
 - e.g. feature writing, illustrated feature,
 photojournalism, etc.
P  - Softcopy of the publication in PDF
 - Hardcopy of the publication to be submitted to the
   Communication & Information Library (if available)
 Research P  - Softcopy of instruments such as survey questionnaire,
   moderators’ guide, etc. (if available)
 Video, Audio or Multimedia
 - Documentary, Drama, websites, etc.
P  - Softcopy of the FYP report in unsecured PDF format
 - Digital video/audio files

 
- For a detailed instructions on how to submit your FYP to DR-NTU, please refer to the checklist.

FYP 2020_Archival submission via DR-NTU (Library)_All Projects.pdfFYP 2020_Archival submission via DR-NTU (Library)_All Projects.pdf

 

 IMPORTANT NOTES:
 1. Personal Information:  Students are to ensure all materials uploaded to DR-NTU comply with the Personal 
                                             Data Protection Act (PDPA). Personal data such as NRIC, Address, Contact
                                             Numbers, etc., should be removed.
 2. Confidential materials:
FYP reports considered by the School to be confidential (e.g. those that contain
                                             proprietary or sensitive information of collaborating parties) can be exempted from
                                             submission. In such cases, the FYP Supervisor will need to inform the Library of the
                                             details.
 3. Embargo:                        If required, it is possible to set embargo dates in DR-NTU.

 

 PROBLEMS OR QUESTIONS:

 
- If your file size is above 100MB or you are unable to submit via DR-NTU due to heavy network traffic, you may 
   submit your file in a thumb-drive, portable hard-disk drive, CD or DVD at the Service Desk in the  
   Communication & Information Library on 24 to 26 March 2020
.

 - After office hours, before 27 March or after 29 March, please submit your file at the Service Desk in the 
   Chinese Library.

 - Please save your file (e.g. photo journal, video, audio, etc.) in common multimedia formats (e.g. JPG, MP4).

 - Direct your questions on DR-NTU spi@ntu.edu.sg

 

 FYP VIDEO SUBMISSION TO WKWSCI TECH TEAM
 
 - All FYP video groups are required to request for a SANmp account from the WKWSCI Tech Team (B1-08) for
   your project’s online archival submission.

 - For a detailed instructions on how to submit your FYP Video to the WKWSCI Tech Team, please refer to the 
   checklist.

FYP 2020_Video Archival submission to WKWSCI Tech Team.pdfFYP 2020_Video Archival submission to WKWSCI Tech Team.pdf