In 2009, the IR@UF began to host projects in lieu of thesis and non-thesis terminal projects. These projects fall outside the normal processing of the Graduate Editorial Office, and the Libraries work directly with the colleges to load these items. These projects oftentimes include non-traditional formatting and/or audio, video or other types of files beyond text files.
For more, including submission guidelines, see: http://cms.uflib.ufl.edu/etd/pilots
If necessary, a signed letter (or letters) of permission to quote or reproduce copyrighted material for all copyrighted material included beyond fair use (e.g. large portions of information or data where someone else holds the copyright). If you cannot get the answer you need from the copyright guide, you can email your question(s) to email@example.com.