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An Overview of the Current Status of Brazilian ETD Programs

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This work has the objetive of examining Brazilian ETD programs in terms of how they participate in the international scenario and also of their adoption of current trends – research data available with the works (that used them), alternative media files along with conventional text and the use of social media for the repositories. ETD programs are well established in Brazil. BDTD – Biblioteca Digital de Teses e Dis-sertações, the Brazilian national consortium, was created 15 years ago. Currently, there are 101 cooperating institutions and the number of metadata records hosted by the union catalog is 371,421 (238,428 M and 132,993 D); data available on Jan 29, 2016. The institutions are located in all regions of the country; they are public, private and communitarian universities. Some are large and traditional, and others are small and new. The programs are also quite different from one another. One obvious difference is in the numbers of ETDs they have. The table shows the numbers of programs counted by numbers of ETDs on their repositories. Only 84 contribute with metadata records to BDTD.
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hal-01402211 , version 1 (19-12-2016)

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Ana Pavani. An Overview of the Current Status of Brazilian ETD Programs. 19th International Symposium on Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETD 2016): "Data and Dissertations", Université de Lille Sciences humaines et sociales, Jul 2016, Villeneuve d'Ascq, France. ⟨hal-01402211⟩

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