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Choose the Appropriate Course or Category, and Add It to a Collection.
The first option you are presented with is to add the file to a collection. You can create a new one, or choose a collection you've already made. This is for your own personal use as a way to easily find the file. The next steps are very important so that others can find your file. Click the triangle next to Academic Subject, and then choose the subject this material would be useful for. If you use it for both a Film Scoring and a Composition class, then you can check off both subjects here.
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Be as Specific as You Can
If this file is appropriate for a specific course with in the subject, then choose that course from the list. Make sure to include at least one topic, but preferably several. A topic might be something as broad as "Arranging" or " Secondary Dominants ", or as specific as "Hybrid voicings of V7". The more specific you are with this information, the more likely it will be found and used. Once you've added as much information as possible, click the Next button at the bottom right.
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Find Your Uploads
Your files will enter a state called Needs Review. The items you've uploaded will be reviewed by your Department Curator, to be checked for accurate information and duplicates. Once they are approved by the curator, those items will be searchable by others, and you will find them in your collection.