Formatting, Cataloguing and Submission of Student Papers
These guidelines are intended to produce FHL student papers which are suitable for binding, as recommended by the FHL Librarian. These default guidelines can be modified by faculty as necessary.
Use the cover page format below.
Insert a footer which shows the student author’s name and page number on each sheet.
Keywords should appear on the cover page. Keywords help with indexing your paper so future investigators can find your research. Keywords can be names of organisms, general research topic, or location names (e.g. False Bay, Argyle Lagoon, etc.). Please specify 1-3 keywords minimum, but there is no upper limit. There is a list of organisms at the bottom of this web page for use as keywords where appropriate.
When your paper is complete, please create a pdf version.
Submitting your paper to FHL staff gives permission to the University of Washington to digitally archive your paper in the UW Libraries digital repository, “Research Works”, open to web users.
Print, read and sign the UW Libraries License 2016 (pdf). By giving UW FHL a copy of the paper and signing the license, the author has read, and agrees to the terms set out in the document.
Cover Page format
FHL Librarian Maureen Nolan has provided this list of keywords which can be included with student papers. Other keywords can also be specified, e.g. specific locations in the San Juan Islands when appropriate. Please tell the FHL Office about any corrections to these keywords.