Oxford Dphil Thesis Online

Some universities allow you to visit the library to view the print copy.If an item is embargoed, make a note of the embargo date and check back once this date is Electronic versions of non-UK theses may be available from the institution at which they were submitted, sometimes on an open access basis from the institutional repository.A good starting point for discovering freely available electronic theses and dissertations beyond the UK is the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD) , which facilitates searching across institutions.Are you a Cambridge alumni and wish to make your Ph. Click here for further information on how to proceed. D students at the University of Cambridge can find further information about the requirements to deposit theses on the Office of Scholarly Communication theses webpages. It achieves this by harvesting e-theses from Institutional Repositories and by digitising print theses as they are ordered by researchers using the system.Over 250,000 theses are already available in this way.In this case, there may be a charge to cover the scan process and you will need to wait several weeks for the thesis to be copied.This icon indicates that the thesis is under an embargo or access is restricted in another way.African Studies, Anatomy, Ancient Near East, Anthropology (Social and Cultural), Archaeology, Art and Architecture, Biochemistry, Biology, Business, Celtic, Chemistry, China and Inner Asia, Classics and Ancient History, Commonwealth Studies, Computer Science, Criminology, Development Studies, Earth Sciences, Economics, Education, Egyptology, Engineering, English, Environment, Experimental Psychology, Film Studies, Forestry, French, Genetics, Law The Oxford University Research Archive (ORA) was established in 2007 as a permanent and secure online archive of research materials produced by members of the University of Oxford.It provides a single point of public access to electronic copies of peer-reviewed journal articles, conference proceedings by Oxford authors and Oxford research theses.This also provides a means for institutional compliance with funders’ Open Access requirements.The full text and abstracts of many items within the archive can be downloaded free of charge by anyone with an Internet connection and new full texts are being added daily.

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