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Research Documentation

In addition to the Statement of Research, all non-textual (practice-based or practice-led) works must include documentation of the research and creation process. This can take a variety of forms (photographs of the work in progress, sketches made at various stages, draft versions of the final product, etc.) but should demonstrate your research process.

The documentation does not need to be extensive; two to three documents or images of the process are sufficient. These can be created retroactively by photographing earlier iterations or versions of the work, etc. — essentially anything that can show how the project has evolved.

Please create a folder for your documentation and zip (compress) it, then upload. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Digital Scholarship Librarian Amy Lazet at