Seven campuses (see list above) make their theses and dissertations open access in e Scholarship, at no cost to students.
By contrast, Pro Quest, the world’s largest commercial publisher of ETDs, charges a $95 fee to make an ETD open access.
See the full traditional publishing agreement for the details.
Inclusion of other people's copyrighted material Including material produced by other authors in your dissertation or thesis can serve a legitimate research purpose, but you want to avoid copyright infringement in the process.
Practices are determined locally, and a student with questions about dissertations and theses should contact the graduate division on their campus.
Nine of the UC campuses currently make their electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) openly accessible to readers around the world.
2018-2019 Subject Categories Pro Quest Subject Categories 2018-2019 Academic Year Pro Quest Subject Categories 2018-2019 Academic Year (French) Pro Quest Subject Categories 2018-2019 Academic Year (Spanish) Contacting Pro Quest Dissertations and Theses Program If you have any questions, please contact Author and School Relations team at 1-800-521-0600 or via email at [email protected]
Where can I find UC Dissertations and Theses online? Does UC require me to make my dissertation/thesis open access? If my campus has an open access requirement, can I delay access? I’m working on my dissertation/thesis and I have copyright questions. There is no UC systemwide policy or procedure for open access dissertations or theses.
TAMIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations Collection (ETD) Our growing ETD collection offers open access to theses and dissertations submitted by TAMIU students and approved by the Office of Graduate Studies and Research from 2013 to present.
Theses & Dissertations in Special Collections & Archives Special Collections has 2 collections of materials relating to theses & dissertations: TAMIU Thesis/Dissertation Page The Office of Graduate Studies and Research provides guidelines and support information for TAMIU students embarked in writing a master thesis or a doctoral dissertation.