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Submitting the Project
The library keeps a copy of your final DNP project and makes it accessible via the digital archive. This is a required part of the DNP project process. In order to submit your work:
- Complete the required form in Canvas
It is that easy.
Finding your work in the archive
Once your work is submitted, processed, and uploaded, it will be searchable in the electronic archive. Visit the DNP Inquiry Projects page and look for your name. This is also a great way to read previous DNP projects. See this guide on finding projects for more detailed information.
Making a Personal Copy
While it is not a required part of the process, you may want to keep a bound and printed copy of your project on your bookshelf, or distribute it to others. If you would like to see your project in book form, you will need to:
- Print the project
- Complete the required paperwork
- Submit the printed copies and paperwork to the library Front Desk
- Pay $14 for the binding
- Make time to pick up the bound volume once it is complete
Please refer to this guide for further information about the binding process.