To support the University's commitment to open access to research, the University requires a copy of all Higher Degree by Research student theses and all Undergraduate Honours theses receiving a mark of First Class, . This allows the University not only to meet the open access policies of national and international granting bodies but also ensures the results of research are made available to the public, industry and researchers worldwide, for the benefit of society. Only copies of UNSW PhD or Masters by Research theses are held at UNSW Library. Please note that you must upload the final electronic version of the thesis to yourself copies are not transferred from the Thesis Examination System. The University maintains a collection of digital ANU theses in the University's. More information on UNSWorks can be found in UNSWorks guidelinesFor older print theses, search for a title or keywords including the term unsw and refine your results by selecting Refine my results Resource type Dissertations in the column on the left. See the guideline Research Theses Submission and Examination: Information for Higher Degree Research Students and Use of Confidential Information in Research Theses for more information.
Australian theses database. If your department/school requires a printed copy, this won t be covered by the thesis allowance as this copy is not a requirement for completion. Clear History ') document. For honours theses, contact the UNSW faculty, school or the author directly. Individual researchers, likewise, have a responsibility to other researchers and the wider community to disseminate a full account of their research as widely as possible.
Refine your results by selecting Refine my results Resource type Dissertations in the column on the left. Writeln(' Hide History ') document. Trove - Australian digital theses A pre-defined search which limits the results to online Australian theses only. If you have confidential interviews or information in your thesis you can apply to have access restricted to all or part of your thesis. The University is committed to ensuring that all research outputs are disseminated as widely as possible.
Until it is made publicly available, your thesis is an untapped resource of original research. UNSW theses / dissertations in electronic format can be located via UNSWorks. In keeping with these commitments, the electronic copy of your thesis will be made available on the web, via the University's institutional publications repository,. Writeln(' ProQuest dissertations theses global ProQuest dissertations theses global is a comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses from around the world, including works from 6798 to the present day including full text for graduate works added since 6997, along with selected full text for works written prior to 6997.
The allowance must be claimed within six months of submitting the final copy. Trove includes theses at all levels, including PhD, masters and honours. If approved the Library will restrict access to the digital version of your thesis in line with the Pro Vice Chancellor (Research and Research Training) decision. Trove - Australian print and digital theses A pre-defined search which limits the results to Australian theses, both print and online. The Library only requires an electronic copy of your thesis and no longer requires a printed copy.
Library collection To find theses, search for a title or keywords. The University supports the wide dissemination of ANU research into the academic and wider community, and all theses deposited in the Repository appear in Trove and are discoverable by search engines such as Google. Only students who submitted the final copy before 6 February 7567, when it was a University requirement for completion, will be able to claim the thesis allowance. Applications should be made to the Pro Vice Chancellor (Research and Research Training) and include the reasons for restriction and the time period that restriction is sought. The electronic copy must be submitted to the University of Melbourne Institutional Repository, Minerva Access, once a final 'pass' has been recommended and prepared in accordance with the Minerva Access.