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Determining and Mapping Locations of Study in Theses and Dissertations: A Spatial Representation and Visualization Tool for ETDs
Theses and dissertations play a significant role in the scholarly literature, and many refer to locations of interest or regions under study. We have created a tool to generate interactive maps of the geographic locations ...
Introducing CAP - an Application for Administering Heterogeneous IRs
Developers at Texas A&M University Libraries have recently prototyped a new approach to IR (Institutional Repository) management called CAP (Curators Administration Platform). The latest build shows some exciting ...
Introducing MAGPIE (Metadata Assignment GUI Providing Ingest and Export)
The Libraries at Texas A&M University have curated immense output from graduate programs for many decades. With the advent of the Vireo ETD (Electronic Thesis and Dissertation) submittal system, dissertations have been ...
An Update on Development of the Vireo 4.x ETD Submission and Management System
The Vireo ETD (Electronic Thesis and Dissertation) submission and management system, an open source project managed by the Texas Digital Library (TDL) has seen years of real-world use processing thousands of ETDs at dozens ...
Managing Digital Assets from Curation to Exhibition
As the Libraries at Texas A&M University continue to accumulate digital assets and cultivate a Digital Asset Management Ecosystem (DAME), an urgent need is developing for metadata annotation workflows and the marshalling ...
Creating and Evaluating Metadata for a Large Legacy Thesis Collection: From “Vocational Agriculture” (1922) to “Microemulsion-Mediated Syntheses” (2004)
In the summer of 2012, Texas A&M University Libraries uploaded more than 16,000 retrospectively-digitized masters-level theses, dating from 1922 to 2004, into our DSpace institutional repository. A Retrospective Theses ...