Make Dissertation, Thesis and CapStone Projects easY to track and publish
Much of the work of a dissertation is keeping track of edits, changes, approvals, etc. It is the busy work that often deters committees from focusing on what is important - the content. We have a solution for you!
The Texas Digital Library has a free document editing and tracking software that makes this process almost effortless. What is even better, is that these important documents can be archived for permanent use and published for others to use.
At the end of this workshop you will have the knowledge to create an account, learn the basics of how the software operates and connect with mentors who will help you through the learning process.
Who should attend: Graduate faculty that will be serving on thesis committees, faculty teaching capstone courses that require projects and papers, and any other document that requires teams to edit and approve.
When: Wednesday, May 18 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Where Center for Teaching and Learning UBCB 2.102
Texas Digital Library can be found on: http://www.tdl.org/etds/