About ETDs and the Graduate Editorial Office

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About ETDs and the Graduate Editorial Office
Pardo, Anna
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This presentation provides an introduction to the University of Florida's Graduate Editorial Office and the resources available to help thesis and dissertations authors complete and submit their ETD.
Collected for University of Florida's Institutional Repository by the UFIR Self-Submittal tool. Submitted by Christy Shorey.
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Presented to FOS 6915 on Sept. 6 2018

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Anna Pardo Editor, UF Graduate School Editorial Office


People to Know / Places to Go Graduate School Editorial Office Application Support Center UF Writing Studio Other writing resources available UF Libraries Legal Information Center Institutional Repository


Graduate School Editorial Office Offers standards and are ready for electronic submission and digital archiving P rovides checklists, deadlines and format guidelines, requirements W orks hand in hand with the Application Support Center, the office providing workshops and one on one consulting relating to the formatting template Refers to editors and/or formatters Does not examine or critique content, scholarship, research methods or writing style; this is the responsibility of the student and his or her supervisory committee.


Graduate School Editorial Office Grinter Hall 128 Monday Friday from 8:00 5:00 Telephone: 392 1282 Email:


Editorial Office Requirements: Thesis Master Thesis Checklist Due by first submission deadline : October 26, 2018 Degree application through ONE.UF (due to the Registrar prior to our deadline ) September 14, 2018 Defended thesis PDF format submitted GIMS Reference Journal Article Final Exam form entered is SIS system UF Publishing Agreement in GIMS Due by final submission deadline : November 19, 2018 ETD Signature Page Key words Final thesis (revised)


Editorial Office Requirements: Dissertation PhD Dissertation Checklist Due by first submission deadline : Sept 28, 2018 Degree application through ONE.UF Transmittal Letter Dissertation (not in draft form) Reference Journal Article Due by final submission deadline : Nov. 19, 2018 Final exam form UF Publishing Agreement ETD Signature Page UMI/ProQuest Publishing Agreement Survey of Earned Doctorates Final Dissertation


Application Support Center P rovides assistance to students, faculty, and staff in the use of Office and Adobe applications P rovides and maintains templates for graduate students to use in the production of their thesis or dissertation in both MS Word and LaTeX Formats O ffers troubleshooting and one on one formatting assistance O n line support support center/


Application Support Center The Hub T he Help Desk ASC (between Strabucks And UFIC) Monday Friday from 8:00 5:00 Telephone: 392 4357 (HELP) -Choose Option 5 Email: asc


University Writing Studio University Writing Stud io The Writing Studio is a free service for current UF students. Here, students have the opportunity to work one on one with a tutor. Their aim is to help students become more effective writers; they do not purely proofread or edit student work. Instead, they assist students to become better proofreaders and editors of their own work. They offer students individual, half hour sessions with one of their experienced grad student writing tutors.


University Writing Studio 302 Tigert Hall Monday Friday from 9:30am 3:30pm Evening tutoring takes place in Library West, in Room 339 Monday through Thursday evenings from 5:00 8:00 p.m. Telephone: (352) 846 1138 Offering online video tutorials and now one on one online tutoring


Other Writing Resources Writing Help Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) Citation Guides MLA Formatting and Style Guide General APA Guidelines Technical Writing Technical Communication John Lannon Ten Ways to Improve Your Technical Writing Annotated Bibliographies Common Writing Assignments: Writing an Annotated Bibliography Resources for Writers: Annotated Bibliographies


UF Libraries Legal Information Center Offering legal advice to UF students and faculty regarding Copyright Law Open Access Fair Use Public Domain Attribution and Plagiarism Creative Commons Providing Guides and counseling services related to all of these subjects and more.


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