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Open Access: Finding and Accessing Open Access Resources: Open Access Theses

A guide on how to find and access Open Access resources.

What Are Open Access Theses?

The term ‘thesis’ refers to a piece of work undertaken for a research degree – for example, a PhD, MLitt, MRes, etc. You can find Strathclyde theses available via from the library by searching in SUPrimo. This is just one of a number of ways that you can find electronic theses.

Open Access theses are those which are openly available, and which may allow for varying degrees of re-use.

For more information about making your own thesis openly available and for information about copyright, please see the LibGuide 'Copyright & Your Thesis'.

How Can I Find Open Access Theses?

There are several different resources you can use to find Open Access theses. You may find the following resources useful:

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