Click the drop-down menu and select “Instructions.” You will find their complete submission instructions as well as a submission form for sharing your content with DUPA.

You can upload almost any file format to DUPA, from jpg, png, tiff, pdf and gif to wav, mp3, mp4 and more.  

Nope! If you encounter any issues submitting content larger than 5 gigabytes, contact for assistance. 

Yes! For example, if you have a series of photographs that you would like to display together, as a flip book or slideshow, simply create a zip or tar file of the items you would like to include. Before compressing, make sure to give each filename a numerical prefix to determine the order in which they appear. For example:



The possibilities are limitless.

  • Students can self-publish creative assignments, art (and documentation), audio projects, or music and learn through the process about Intellectual Property and Creative Commons licenses.
  • Students can download, mashup, and remix content to create original media projects, which they can then contribute to the collection.
  • For video and audio production courses, DUPA is a great place for students to not only publish their final projects, but contribute b-roll as well. Students can also use DUPA as a stock footage and sound library to locate images, audio, original music, and video for their media projects. 
Creative Commons License
Except where otherwise noted, DUPA by Jeremy Blatter is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.