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This collection of MIT Theses in DSpace contains selected theses and dissertations from all MIT departments. Please note that this is NOT a complete collection of MIT theses. To search all MIT theses, use Barton, MIT Libraries’ catalog.
MIT’s DSpace contains more than 53,000 theses completed at MIT dating as far back as the mid 1800’s. Theses in this collection have been scanned by the MIT Libraries or submitted in electronic format by thesis authors. Since 2004 all new Masters and Ph.D. theses are scanned and added to this collection after degrees are awarded.
For additional information about the Honors Undergraduate Thesis Program, please visit the Honors Undergraduate Thesis website, or visit them during their drop-in hours listed on the website.
For additional assistance with graduate theses or dissertations, please visit the Thesis and Dissertation page of the College of Graduate Studies website. If you have an immediate need, you may e-mail the thesis and dissertation editor.
Some Iowa State theses and dissertations are not eligible for open access. These may be accessible, with some restrictions, via ProQuest/UMI. On the ProQuest site, the full text of Iowa State’s digital theses and dissertations can be viewed by members of the Iowa State community (current students, faculty, and staff) or individuals searching from Iowa State campus IP addresses. Others can view only the first 25 pages of a thesis or dissertation from Iowa State
The Iowa State University Digital Repository provides open access to the full-text of many theses and dissertations completed at Iowa State University. From this page, you can either browse our theses and dissertations by academic department or by the year of completion.
Topic: Electronic Theses and Dissertations – overview of ETD submission resources and a time to ask your questions!
Please submit your dissertation, thesis, masters degree problem report, research report, undergraduate thesis, or MFA thesis here, or explore the formatting and submitting sections of this website for more information.
University of Waikato Higher Degree and Masters Degree students can deposit a digital copy of their thesis via the Research Commons thesis deposit form.
Theses are protected by the Copyright Act 1994 (New Zealand). The theses may be consulted by you, provided you comply with the provisions of the Act and the following conditions of use:
Ph.D. candidates at Brown must file their dissertations electronically. Brown’s electronic theses and dissertation (ETD) system was developed by the Graduate School and the University Library and launched in 2008. The system is designed to collect and archive the final dissertation as a text-based PDF file.
A searchable historical database of information about Brown University theses and dissertations from 1893 to 2000 is available.
Theses and dissertations completed prior to 2006 may be found in the”Archived Theses” and “Archived Dissertations” and are accessible only to those on a Clemson University IP address. Please note, that the project to digitize pre-2006 theses and dissertations is ongoing. If you are unable to find an electronic version of the theses or dissertation you are seeking, you may find a physical copy in our collections. Please check the library catalog.
Submission form for alumni to provide us with permission to make their thesis or dissertation publicly available on Clemson University’s institutional repository can be found here.
BEARdocs will contain all new Masters and Ph.D. theses beginning with Fall 2005, which will be added to this BEARdocs collection after degrees are awarded.
This collection of theses and dissertation in BEARdocs contains selected theses and dissertations from Baylor University departments that offer graduate degrees. Please note that this is NOT a complete collection of Baylor theses. To search all Baylor theses, use BearCat, the Baylor Libraries’ online catalog.
Electronic submission indicates that rather than printing your document and submitting paper copies to the Graduate School, you submit your final document as a PDF file. No paper copies are accepted by the Graduate School or the UAB libraries. Committee members may still, if they choose, require a paper copy for their part of the review process.
All theses and dissertations beginning in the spring of 2007 are submitted electronically and are published through the UAB libraries’ digital collections.