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Electronic theses and dissertations: promoting 'hidden' research.

Copeland, Susan

Authors

Susan Copeland



Contributors

Ruth Rikowski
Editor

Abstract

Since the 1990s an increasing number of higher education institutions and research-related organisations have been encouraging the submission of theses and dissertations in electronic format. The transition from print theses and dissertations to ETDs was initially slow but many universities are now developing institutional repositories and encouraging researchers to make their work available on open access. This article considers the concerns and benefits of making theses accessible via the Internet, the sources of advice available, the training needed and the policies and procedures involved in establishing an ETD collection.

Citation

COPELAND, S. 2011. Electronic theses and dissertations: promoting 'hidden' research. In Rikowski, R. (ed.) Digitisation perspectives. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, pages 103-113.

Publication Date Dec 31, 2011
Deposit Date Mar 11, 2014
Publicly Available Date Mar 11, 2014
Publisher Sense Publishers
Pages 103-113
Book Title Digitisation perspectives
ISBN 9789460912986
Keywords ETD; Theses; Digitisation
Public URL http://hdl.handle.net/10059/941

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