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Myths and Value in the Deposit of ETDs: A Final Teachable Moment
Presentation given on March 1, 2013 to Texas Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Association (TxETDA) meeting at Texas A&M University. The presentation addresses the issue surrounding the choices made by student in access ...
Open Access Publishing of ETD’s: Requirements and Implications of complying with Budapest, Bethesda and Berlin
(Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations, 2012-09)
[Introduction] Open access publishing appears to be an important value for the worldwide ETD community. The term ‘Open Access’ has been a prominent theme of most every international ETD conference since 2004, and appears ...
Copyright Uncertainty in the Geoscience Community: Part I, What's Free for the Taking?
(Geoscience Information Society, 2012)
Keeping Students Engaged with Web-Based Polling in the Library Instruction Session
This research was performed with the goal of determining the potential benefit(s) of including web-based polling in the library instruction classroom. Over the course of a year, web-based polling was used in library ...
Energy Systems Laboratory: Building a Model Repository Collection
(Texas Conference on Digital Libraries, 2008-06-05)
The Energy Systems Laboratory (ESL) is a division of the Texas Engineering Experiment Station and part of the Texas A&M University System. First established in 1939, the ESL maintains a testing laboratory on the Riverside ...
A Tale of Two Depositories: Weeding Federal Depository Collections
(DttP: Documents to the People, 2009)
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ETD Release Policies in American ARL Institutions: A Preliminary Study
The advent of electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) has improved access to graduate level research, but with these new opportunities come new challenges. Institutions that host ETD collections must develop release ...
Errata sheet to dissertation: Aristotle's Contribution to Scholarly Communication 5/8/09
Errata sheet to dissertation: Aristotle's Contribution to Scholarly Communication