Between the Graduate School and Cataloging: How a Digital Collections Center Contributes Quality to the ETD Process
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This presentation was given at the 2015 USETDA (United States Electronic Theses and Dissertations Association) conference in Austin, Texas explores the history of Digital Collections Center at Florida International University and where and how it functions in the process of publishing, archiving, and promoting the university's electronic theses and dissertations. Additionally, the functionality of Digital Commons is discussed along with the use of Adobe Acrobat for creating archival quality PDFs. The final section discusses promotion techniques used via social media for increased discoverability of ETDs.
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Rowan, Kelley F., "Between the Graduate School and Cataloging: How a Digital Collections Center Contributes Quality to the ETD Process" (2015). Works of the FIU Libraries. 29.
Archival Science Commons, Cataloging and Metadata Commons, Collection Development and Management Commons, Scholarly Publishing Commons
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