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This book provides librarians with a practical guide for making theses and dissertations available in electronic format. It also provides academic staff and students with an overview of recent developments in this area. It covers specific issues, ranging from why it is useful to make this form of research output accessible on the Web and how to persuade university managers that this is so, to practical advice on including Electronic Theses and Dissertations or ETDs in institutional repositories and the training that should be provided to students who are being encouraged to express their research results in multimedia format and to submit their work in accordance with new regulations. The book is aimed at a global audience and includes examples of international best practice from a number of countries.