10/25: Panel: The Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Submission Process

Computer next to piles of books

 

Thursday, October 25th, 12:00-1:00pm
Graduate Student Commons (above Joe's Pizza in the Quarry Plaza)
 
The dissertation and thesis submission process at UCSC has recently gone digital! Interested in learning more about the electronic theses and dissertation submission process from recent grads?  Come hear from former students about their experiences and the process. Bring your questions about publishing and access options for Katie Fortney,
Scholarly Communication Librarian.  Sue Perry, Head of Digital Initiatives, will talk about what happens to your dissertation or thesis after you click submit.
 
Since theses and dissertations are no longer being submitted on paper, we are no longer archiving paper copies; we archive the digital files instead. Dissertations and theses submitted Winter Quarter 2012 or later will be made available through eScholarship, the Unviersity of California's open access repository and electronic publishing platform. View them at eScholarship, and come to the panel to hear about the usage statistics and other tools eScholarship can provide for authors.

 

This movie is part of Open Access Week 2012