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Many institutions may wish to mandate which formats are to
be used for ETD deposits. For example, many ETD programs
mandate that the primary item deposited be some form of
PDF, sometimes with format checking of the specific
characteristics of the PDF.
* For any files that are included as supplementary files to the
ETD itself, while some flexibility is necessary, the institution
should consider providing guidelines to the students.
UNT ETD Lifecycle Management NDLTD 12/11/12 Slide 16 MetaArchive
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