The purpose of versioning a doctoral thesis is to ensure that the copy uploaded on TUprints is the correct version, in other words, the version that was approved by the first assessor. This is why a thesis and the first assessor’s approval for printing need to be assigned a version number, which includes the date followed by the file name (for example, YYYYMMDD<name_thesis>.*).
The name of the file is visible once it has been published and can no longer be changed.
- What does ‘released in book stores’ mean?
- Can a doctoral thesis be modified once it has been published on TUprints?
- Can a document that has been published in TUprints be withdrawn or ‘unpublished’?
- Which type of license is the most appropriate for diffusing my research results?
- Is there any financial support available for the publication of my thesis?
- How is a doctoral thesis published?
- What does ‘versioning’ mean with respect to a doctoral thesis and how does it work?
- Does the ISBN prove that the thesis has been distributed to book stores?
- Does a printed copy of the doctoral thesis need to be filed in the departmental office’s archives?
- When, where and how does the electronic version need to be submitted?
- Titel Page Specifications
- Declaration to doctoral thesis and transfer of rights