CRISUNS ontology for theses and dissertations

L. Ivanović, Dimić-Surla, B., Segedinac, M., and Ivanović, D., CRISUNS ontology for theses and dissertations, in Proceedings of the ICIST 2012 Conference (CD), Kopaonik, February 29, 2012.

A research management system CRIS UNS has been developed for the needs of the University of Novi Sad. The digital library of theses and dissertations has been developed as a part of the system CRIS UNS. This paper proposes an ontology for semantic description of metadata about theses and dissertations based on FOAF and Dublin Core Terms ontologies. The proposed ontology extends mentioned ontologies with elements which exist in the system CRIS UNS and are not supported by those ontologies.

Making data in PhD dissertations reusable for research

J. Schöpfel, Prost, H., and Malleret, C., Making data in PhD dissertations reusable for research, in 8th Conference on Grey Literature and Repositories, 2015.

How can an academic library contribute to make data submitted together with PhD dissertations useful for further research? Our paper provides some recommendations for information professionals, based on a review of studies and projects and on empirical evidence from a content analysis of data sources and types from 300 print and digital dissertations in social sciences and humanities (1987-2013) and a survey on data ...

Open access to research data in electronic theses and dissertations: An overview

Global adoption of electronic theses and dissertations

D. K. Swain, Global adoption of electronic theses and dissertations, 2010.

Electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) are being adopted by more and more universities. As a primary source of information, theses and dissertations are particularly useful to researchers, but most languish in obscurity in university libraries and archives...

Guidance Documents for Lifecycle Management of ETDs

M. Schultz, Krabbenhoeft, N., and Skinner, K., Guidance Documents for Lifecycle Management of ETDs, Educopia Institute v1.0, 2014.

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