Increasing numbers of higher ed institutions require graduate students to submit electronic, rather than print, versions of their theses or dissertations.
To make the process of submission and management of these electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) more efficient, the Texas Digital Library host the Vireo ETD Submission and Management System, which addresses all steps of the ETD process, from submission to approval by the graduate office to publication in one or more institutional repositories.
Only recent dissertations done at TAMU-CC can be found here, usually in full text. Emails and texts submitted outside of these hours will be responded to on the next business day.
The database is available off-campus only to TAMU-CC faculty, students, and staff.
With Vireo, students submit their digital theses and dissertations via a simple online interface, while graduate offices can manage the ETD approval process behind the scenes.
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Institutions can also use Vireo to publish the ETDs in their TDL Institutional Repositories and the TDL Statewide ETD Repository, where they are readily available to other researchers.
Otherwise, the dissertation or thesis is available in print.
TAMU-CC students, faculty, and staff have access to the Dissertations & Theses Global Full Text (Pro Quest) database.
Vireo provides a simple and intuitive interface through which students can submit their theses and dissertations online.
The submission interface features: Vireo’s expert interface lets graduate school staff and librarians shepherd theses and dissertations through the entire ETD workflow, from submission to approval to publication in an institutional repository.