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How do I upload my research to the repository?

First, you will need to sign up for the FDLRC website. Once you have successfully signed up using your Google account, navigate to the Upload Page. From here, you will be able to upload your research. For information on signing up for an account on the FDLRC website, please see the “How do I sign up for an account?” section.

How do I sign up for an account?

In order to sign up for an account on the FDLRC website, please visit our Login Page and select the Login with Google option. Please keep in mind that you will need to have a Google account in order to sign up for the FDLRC website.

Why don’t I see my uploaded research in the repository?

All uploaded research goes through a review process prior to being added to the repository. To view the status of your uploaded research, please visit your Account Page. While your uploaded research is under review, it will be displayed in the Pending Uploads section. If your uploaded research is approved, it will appear in the Uploaded Research section of your Account Page and will be visible in the repository.

What type of research should I upload to the repository?

The FDLRC repository is focused research affiliated with State University System (SUS) of Florida universities. The primary focus of the repository is research centered around innovation in distance and online learning; however, the repository also seeks to feature an array of innovative research from SUS universities.

My research was a collaborative effort with non-Florida SUS researchers. Can I still upload it?

Yes, as long as at least one of the researchers associated with your research item is affiliated with a SUS of Florida university, your research can be uploaded to the FDLRC repository.

There is an error within one of my research items posted on the FDLRC website. How can I get it corrected?

If you notice an error on a research item in our repository, you can either click the Report an Issue link on the item’s page or visit our Support Page directly. If you follow the Report an Issue link, the research item’s unique ID will automatically be sent to our support team; however, if you visit our Support Page directly, please be sure to make note of the research item’s title.