USETDA 2013 Conference
The United States Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Association (USETDA) is hosting its 3rd annual conference to be held July 24-26, 2013, in Claremont, California. The theme for USETDA 2013 is, ”Waves of Change: Oceans of Opportunity”.
USETDA 2013 is for ETD professionals from graduate schools, libraries, academic computing and others who work with ETDs. Our goal is to offer relevant, practice-oriented content to support ETD productivity improvement, ETD professionals, advance ETD operations, and encourage the formation of state-wide ETD associations in the United States.
Note that pre-conference workshops run concurrently - if you wish to attend please select only one option when completing your registration form.
USETDA is a national non-profit charitable and educational organization. USETDA FEIN: 45-2743803
1. Check your USETDA membership status for discount elegibility
2. Complete this online registration form and pay fees (basic member or non-member registration fee is required)
- Reserve and pay for residence hall lodging - if applicable (rate of $50/night - (arrive July 23; check out July 26 – morning). Additional residence hall information is available on the Lodging Web page.
3. Reserve your Hotel Lodging - if applicable (discount conference rate at Doubletree of $115/night) - hotel reservation and payment is separate from this registration process.
The Claremont Colleges Library
800 North Dartmouth Avenue
United States Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Association (USETDA)
The United States Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Association (USETDA) is a non-profit association in higher education, established in October of 2009 by a group of interested ETD professionals within the United States. The mission of USETDA is to provide information on best practices, develop and disseminate important information on ETD initiatives, support the development of state-wide ETD associations, bring ETD professionals together at the local level to network and improve ETD operations, educate and make others aware of ETD issues, and support the expansion of the NDLTD and other international ETD initiatives.