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ETDs and Open Access: Understanding the Digital Landscape of Open Access in the Graduate School Arena
McMillan presented data from the 2013 ETD base line survey of institutions and the 2011-2012 surveys of journal editors and university press directors about their ETD policies.
Jean Carothers Robbins, 1929 - 2017
(Virginia Tech, 2018-04)
Jean Robbins was the first chair of the Peacock-Harper Culinary History Advisory Board. At the April 6, 2018, luncheon this presentation celebrated some of Jean Robbins' accomplishments and contributions on the first ...
Conference Highlights: 3rd International Symposium on ETDs
(Virginia Tech, 2000-03-18)
Conference highlights according to Gail McMillan
The NDLTD and a Brief History of ETDs
This is about the path that brought us to India and the 18th International Symposium on Electronic Theses and Dissertations.
Receive $1500 for Publishing Your Next Article: VT's Open Access Subvention Fund for NLI 2015 Open Access Week
If you're writing an article for a scholarly peer-reviewed journal, the university will give you $1500 to publish it in an open access journal. In this session we will review Virginia Tech's Open Access Subvention Fund ...
Communicating Research to the Public through ETDs
This was a presentation for the CAUS Construction Engineering Research Methods course, CNST-5084, taught by Dr. Annie Pearce. The focus of the April 26, 2016, class was "Communicating Research to the Public." It was organized ...
The Changing Publication Landscape
The landscape of scholarly publishing is in flux and has evolved considerably over the last decade. This program addressed the current state of scholarly communication and provided an opportunity to discuss issues, ...
ETDs and the Landscape of Open Access Publishing
Countering anecdotal evidence and calming fears about publicly accessible ETDs—electronic theses and dissertations, McMillan will present a variety of perspectives based on current data. She has led international surveys ...
Copyright in Scholarship
You can legitimately use someone else's work in your own when you know about copyright and you understand your rights as well as your responsibilities.
Introduction to Open Access and Copyright
This presentation introduces open access and copyright and was given as part of Open Access Week 2013 at Virginia Tech.