select suitable licence for your thesis, f. g. CC BY 4.0 attribution
Access level and Restrictions
When you submit your thesis, you also allow your thesis to be read, browsed and printed without compensation. Options for access level are open network (openAccess) or restricted collection only on premises of the university library.
The most common access level is openAccess.
Fill in restriction only if you want that availability of your thesis is restricted to the university library
Convert your thesis (PDF/A)
Convert your thesis to PDF/A, which is suitable for archives and long-term preservation, before uploading it to Lauda. You can convert your work for example using Adobe Acrobat Pro and Microsoft Word. Below are instructions for both programs.
Open your thesis on Word, select File
Select Save as Adobe PDF
3. Select Options
4. Select option Create PDF/A-1a:2005 compliant file). Click OK. Save PDF and upload to Lauda.
Adobe Acrobat Pro DC
Open your thesis on Adobe acrobat Pro. Select File - Save as Other - Archivable PDF (PDF/A)
2. Name your File using only standard letter and numbers.
3. Save PFD and upload to Lauda
Upload your thesis to Lauda
Upload your archiveable thesis (Archievable PDF/A) to Lauda
Check all information and correct errors if necessary
Sign out from the top right
The thesis you submitted is now under review in the library. You will receive an email notification when your thesis is accepted to Lauda or if there is any problems processing it. Your thesis will appear in Lauda when accepted. The content of Lauda is also visible in LUC-Finna.
A thesis submitted to the University of Lapland must include an abstract. For the sake of consistency, write it in the following format. Attach the abstract to each copy of your thesis.
Content of the abstract form:
1. Title of the work
3. Degree programme / teaching programme [TA1] / subject
4. Type of work (thesis, laudatur work[TA2] , licentiate thesis, written work)
5. Number of pages and appendices
6. Year - term and year when the work was submitted to the university (autumn/spring)
- a short, clear account of the content of your thesis (max. 250 words)
- contains all the conclusions and new information
- presents the purpose, methods, results, and conclusions of the work
- organized as the thesis that it depicts
- does not exceed one A4-sized page, organized into paragraphs (SFS 3855)
- further instructions provided by the faculties
- the author lists 3–6 keywords (e.g. the topics and themes, research methods, conclusions, results, and the related context or discipline)