Use of eCommons for rapid dissemination of COVID-19 research
In order to maximize the discoverability of COVID-19 research, and to conform with repository best practices and the requirements of publishers and research funders, we provide special guidance for COVID-19 submissions.
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Cornell Law School Heritage Videos
Some videos are restricted. To view, please contact the Law Library Director at email@example.com.
Some documents are restricted to the Cornell University on-campus network. These items can only be viewed from on the Cornell campus or via Cornell University's VPN service.
Theses and Dissertations and Embargoed Items
Some items have been embargoed at the request of the author. If this is an embargoed item, it should have a "No Access Until" date displayed on the item page.
If this item is a dissertation or thesis, there may be alternative ways to access it. The Interlibrary Loan Department where you have library privileges may be able to request a copy from Cornell.
Dissertations are also typically published via ProQuest. Your library may subscribe to the ProQuest database, which provides to subscribing institutions electronic access to many dissertations and theses.
You may also purchase copies of dissertations and some theses from ProQuest. See: