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Instructions for Electronic Submission of your Thesis/Dissertation
Theses | Chemistry Library
Earlier theses are listed in a card catalogue in the Manuscripts Reading Room and are gradually being added to iDiscover. Since 1 October , all PhD theses are being deposited in electronic form to the University repository Apollo. Many earlier theses are also in the repository, but if they are not yet in digital form it is possible to request access to these theses. There is more information on how to request a copy of a printed thesis further down this page. The author of a given thesis in Apollo can choose whether their thesis is available to be downloaded, available on request or unavailable. While many of the theses in Apollo are openly available for download, s ome theses in the repository are not open access because they have either been embargoed by the author or because they are unable to be made openly available for copyright or other r easo ns. For an explanation of the different theses access levels, see this page.
Yes, you can embargo your work, which restricts public access for a specified period of time. You may choose to restrict access to your work for six months, one year, two years, or six years, depending on your school's embargo policies. Consult with your advisor about your wish to restrict access to your thesis or dissertation. Your school or program must approve any embargo request.
You should assume that anything produced by someone other than yourself is protected by copyright unless you determine otherwise e. The types of works protected by copyright include books, articles, newspapers, photographs, music, movies, software, and even things you find on the internet. Use of works protected by copyright in your dissertation or thesis will need either permission or a fair use justification.