Strategies for Productivity and Efficiency in Design and Use of Electronic Thesis and Dissertations

A. Bernuy Alva, R. Rodríguez Ulloa, M. Fernández Azuela, and L. Joyanes Aguilar (Peru)


Digital Library, Electronic Thesis and Dissertations, ETD, efficiency for ETD, capture of necessities for ETD.


The future of a country´s society is in direct relation to the level of development of its inhabitants. A Doctoral Thesis has the aim to show that a research work will be good and productive for a society. Additionally it will obtain many things since the creation of new knowledge, the improvement of abilities and skills for the student, till the acceptance of the outcomes for the academic community interested in the subject. All of this can be seen well, and indeed it could happen when a student starts a new challenge, having near him his professors, tutors, directors, companions of learning and the events, forums and congresses that are necessary not only to attend them but to participate in them with new articles and publications that will have to be examined and published. What happens to a student when he is alone beccause he lives so far in another country, in another society, for example in developing societies where telephone communications because, their high cost, is very difficult to obtain, where it is not possible to have professors, companions neither a university campus. Is in this scenario where we approach to identify and alert the need that Electronic Thesis Dissertations (ETD) can give to support end user´s productivity, those students who are doing research work, in order to get their research work correctly finished.

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