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Different stakeholders are particularly concerned about
embargoes. There is concern by some academic fields
(notably the humanities) that depositing a thesis or
dissertation in a public repository somehow constitutes
publication and prevents students from subsequently
developing their work into a book. (A recent NDLTD survey
of publishers indicates that publishers do not consider this to
be the case.)
Options for embargo of ETDs can range from extremes of
none to all ETDs stored in the repository. This is one of the
most important policy decisions for ETD program
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