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* Many institutions manage ETDs as part of their larger
institutional repositories, thereby combining infrastructures.
Digital preservation programs for ETDs can be accomplished
by partnering with other institutions, either international
alliances (like MetaArchive) or consortia.
* Under any circumstance, a careful plan should be prepared in
advance, with staffing, system, and other costs identified.
There will undoubtedly be unexpected changes, but it gives
you a place to start.
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