Theses and Dissertations Guide

Theses and Dissertations Guide

If you are looking for a print or digital thesis or dissertation, there are several different resources to help you locate the item you need

About

A thesis or dissertation is a formal document; typically a written treatise or thesis, an account of scholarly investigation, or original research on a specialized topic, submitted to a university in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a master’s or doctorate degree

Find

UO students theses and dissertations

Worldwide theses and dissertations

Borrow

UO student dissertations are housed in the UO Libraries' collection and are generally available to borrow or copy from the microfilm housed in University Archives

Request an Interlibrary Loan (ILL) if UO Libraries does not have the dissertation

ILL is a service UO Libraries provides to borrow materials owned by another library for you

After the request is processed you will be notified via email by the Interlibrary Loan Department if the owning library will or will not loan the dissertation

Purchase

If UO Libraries is unable to borrow the item you may be able to locate a copy via Dissertation Express (Proquest) for purchase

Submit

UO Graduate School Theses and Dissertations Overview and Style Manual

Questions

For help finding a thesis or dissertation contact Ask-A-Librarian

 

Created by butler on Aug 7, 2012 Last updated Dec 16, 2014