From peer-reviewed articles, working papers and conference proceedings to open textbooks and course materials, Digital Commons showcases the breadth of faculty work from across your institution. Digital Commons puts the power of supporting curricular goals and promoting student engagement in your hands. Take advantage of built-in publishing tools for student journals, conferences and newspapers, as well as options for presenting the full spectrum of student research and scholarship, including capstone projects and portfolios. Plus, Digital Commons features workflows that can be customized to meet your electronic thesis and dissertation management needs.
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Increasing numbers of higher ed institutions require graduate students to submit electronic, rather than print, versions of their theses or dissertations. To make the process of submission and management of these electronic theses and dissertations ETDs more efficient, the Texas Digital Library host the Vireo ETD Submission and Management System, which addresses all steps of the ETD process, from submission to approval by the graduate office to publication in one or more institutional repositories. With Vireo, students submit their digital theses and dissertations via a simple online interface, while graduate offices can manage the ETD approval process behind the scenes. Vireo provides a simple and intuitive interface through which students can submit their theses and dissertations online. The TDL hosts Vireo for its consortial members and continues active development on the software.
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With military and commercial systems becoming more complex, using more sophisticated components, and having a longer system life cycle, it is essential that enterprises have a systematic approach to managing these systems. A longer system life cycle has led to a big concern regarding component obsolescence issues. Obsolescence is a concern for both commercial and military systems. This research study addresses and examines the foundational attributes of an Obsolescence Management System framework.
The Graduate School partners with the UW Libraries to provide comprehensive resources for students as they write, submit, and publish academic theses or dissertations. A thesis or dissertation constitutes an important contribution to scholarship. Therefore, the University views the wide and timely dissemination of thesis and dissertation results as an obligation of students. This Graduate School requirement is in addition to previous or planned publication of a thesis or dissertation in part or in its entirety.