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BCU Open Access Repository is an online archive of research outputs from our academic research community. The archive provides free to read, full text versions of our researcher's published works. Research outputs in the repository include journal articles, working papers, book chapters, conference presentations, audio-visual materials and much more.
Open access and PhD theses. It is a University requirement for all doctoral theses to be submitted electronically to the University's repository White Rose eTheses Online (WREO).The full text of the thesis will then be made available open access via WREO and the British Library's EthOS repository. Open access is also a requirement of many funders.
Durham e-Theses contains the full-text of Durham University Higher Degree theses passed after 1 October 2009. Durham University Library is in the process of digitising its extensive collection of PhD, MPhil and Research Masters dissertations from 1899 onwards.
Doctoral theses submitted from 2010 onwards which are currently Open Access are available to view via the University’s Research Explorer. Manchester print theses The Library’s print collection of doctoral theses, submitted prior to electronic submission in 2010, can be found via Library Search.
Welcome to the University of Liverpool Repository The repository is where you can access the world class open access research from the University. Articles from a wide range of research groups and across the Institutions outputs.
The repository has been established to facilitate the dissemination and preservation of digital material created by the members of the University of Essex. The Research Repository is a showcase for the University's cutting-edge research and an on-line archive to increase the visibility and impact of our pioneering work in all disciplines.
Find University of Leeds theses. You can find PhD and doctoral theses using our Library search. The above search allows you to search by keywords, author or title and is set to limit your search results to Theses. If you know exactly the thesis you want, keep the search set to keywords and use the author's family name and one or two key words.