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Submitting a Thesis

It’s true, the library no longer accepts print copies of IMPs, but we’re still asked many questions on how to submit them online.

Although, information can be found on the… 375 more words


Welcome to Unlocking Thesis Data

Unlocking Thesis Data (UTD) is the short name for a project with a long title and a big ambition. “Unlocking the UK’s thesis data through persistent identifiers” will explore how the application of persistent identifiers, software and metadata enhancements, and guidance to institutions would kick-start a more widespread sharing of data generated in doctoral-level research in the UK. 360 more words


What’s in a phrase? With these 5, just possibly better grades…

Stephen has found 5 more quotes that all apply to academic writing. Find out which ones apply to you…By Stephen Soanes 543 more words

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DiVA portal

A new link to freely accessible research material has been added to the ebook collections tab on the ebooks@cambridge webpages.

Be sure to check the box next to ‘Only documents with full text in DiVA’ before searching. 323 more words

New Resource

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Terraponics: Utilizing Modern Technology As The Basis For a Revolution In Food Production Paradigms

Bourne Chase
Montana State University
Sustainable Food and Bioenergy Systems
Department of Agriculture
Last Updated: Mar 18, 2015

Senior Thesis and Capstone Project: Initial Concepts… 406 more words


EThOS Share My Thesis competition

A message from the British Library:

The British Library is currently running a Twitter based competition for all PhD authors and current doctoral students, inviting you to say why your doctoral research is/was important, using the hashtag… 121 more words


#ShareMyThesis competition - enter for a chance to win a 15 inch MacBook Pro

Are you currently studying for or have you completed a PhD degree? Do you want to tell the world why it’s important? The #ShareMyThesis competition challenges PhD students past and present to summarise on Twitter why their PhD research is important in 140 characters or less. 33 more words

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