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A completed ETD paradigm: The workflow from submission to preservation at Texas Tech University
This paper discusses a complete ETD paradigm that has been developed at Texas Tech University over the past nine years, which includes the submission, publication, and preservation of electronic theses and dissertations. ...
Perspectives on preservation strategies for digital content: Lessons learned
This panel will discuss Texas Tech University Digital Library’s experiences with preservation in the past eight years including failures and near-misses that caused TTU to seek a better system. This all-encompassing system ...
Streaming Audio & Video Experience (SAVE): A Solution to Publish Music-related ETDs
The current literature of electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) has frequently discussed issues regarding ETD collaborations, discovery, metadata, system improvement, and long-term preservation strategies. However, ...
Library website Google Analytics report: An external review from Digital Resources
This is a report about the web statistics of the Texas Tech University Library web site.
Tutorials on Google Analytics: How to Craft a Web Analytics Report for a Library Web Site
(Journal of Web Librarianship, 2014-08-30)
Libraries, along with other information service institutions, have entered a digital era in which resources are presented electronically through various digital platforms. The library Web site functions as the main source ...
Digital Preservation Challenges with an ETD Collection — A Case Study at Texas Tech University
(The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 2014-12-12)
The dangers that digital files face can seem merely the stuff of theory and risk assessment matrices until an institution experiences its first data loss; especially when those digital files represent the graduate research ...
Know Your Crowd: A Case Study in Digital Collection Marketing
(The Reference Librarian, 2017-02-14)
Digitized special collections and institutional repositories present unique challenges to libraries struggling to identify marketing strategies that will entice patrons to these services. These collections, which do not ...