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Federated Electronic Theses and Dissertations
TDL Archives
  • TDL Data Management Working Group Report 

    Herbert, Bruce; Buckbee, Martha; Donald, Jeremy; Esteva, Maria; Lyon, Colleen; Peters, Christie; Park, Kristi; Steans, Ryan; Thompson, Santi (2015-08)
    The need for Data Management services is one of two large‐scale needs consistently expressed by Texas Digital Library (TDL) members, a need driven in part by the February 2013 mandate from the White House’s Office of ...
  • Texas Digital Library Descriptive Metadata Guidelines for Electronic Theses and Dissertations, Version 2.0 

    Potvin, Sarah; Thompson, Santi; Rivero, Monica; Long, Kara; Lyon, Colleen; Park, Kristi (2015-09)
  • REVEAL: Read and View English and American Literature 

    Law, Kristin (Texas Digital Library, 2015-04-28)
    While the Harry Ransom Center holds a vast collection of manuscripts, rare books, photographs, and works of art, our digital collections website displays only a fraction of these treasures. This past year we launched a ...
  • Teaching Digital Curation: Access and Preservation 

    Plumer, Danielle (Texas Digital Library, 2015-04-28)
    Digital curation is a broad concept. Many institutions focus on the preservation aspect of the curation lifecycle; others lean toward access and use. This presentation will describe graduate courses addressing both aspects ...
  • Digitization Project Rubric 

    Rankins, Derek; McIntosh, Marcia (Texas Digital Library, 2015-04-28)
    The ability to accurately estimate the completion of a digitization project is highly valuable when working with multiple collections, stakeholders, and deadlines. Unfortunately, when encountering a wide variety of objects ...

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