Difference between revisions of "Why upload your thesis on Iskwiki"

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* Theses uploaded on iskwiki have greater accessibility and potentially wider audience.
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* Theses uploaded on iskwiki have greater accessibility and potentially wider audience than those just kept in cabinets.
* Knowledge building is a cumulative process. Scholars can build on what's already been done on a topic, and making a thesis available on iskwiki helps that process.
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* Knowledge building is a cumulative, iterative process. Scholars can build on what's already been done on a topic, and making a thesis available on iskwiki supports that process.
 
* [http://opcit.eprints.org/oacitation-biblio.html greater citation impact]
 
* [http://opcit.eprints.org/oacitation-biblio.html greater citation impact]
 
* If you're supported by public funds (say, your tuition is subsidized by taxes), shouldn't at least part of your work be publicly available?
 
* If you're supported by public funds (say, your tuition is subsidized by taxes), shouldn't at least part of your work be publicly available?
* Your thesis can be part of baseline information on research activities in your department or college  
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* Your thesis can be part of baseline information on research activities in your department or college.
 
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==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 15:31, 2 November 2011

  • Theses uploaded on iskwiki have greater accessibility and potentially wider audience than those just kept in cabinets.
  • Knowledge building is a cumulative, iterative process. Scholars can build on what's already been done on a topic, and making a thesis available on iskwiki supports that process.
  • greater citation impact
  • If you're supported by public funds (say, your tuition is subsidized by taxes), shouldn't at least part of your work be publicly available?
  • Your thesis can be part of baseline information on research activities in your department or college.



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