Access University of Tasmania Theses
All University of Tasmania (UTAS) PhD theses, and some Masters and Honours theses, are held in our library collections. These are indexed by the library catalogue.
Searching for theses in the Library Catalogue
1. type in keyword (e.g. cognitive)
2. from results, limit to Format - Thesis (UTAS)
1. choose location (e.g. Morris Thesis)
2. type in keyword or school (e.g. Psychology)
Requesting a UTAS thesis
The University of Tasmania Thesis Collection currently is being digitised.
Theses are available to be requested via the catalogue and you will be notified by e-mail when the thesis is available. Please allow 5-6 working days for delivery.
Requested theses will be held at the Client Services Desk in the library you select, for in-library consultation only.
Access to PDFs of all the University of Tasmania's PhD theses will be possible early in 2015.
Library Catalogue Keyword Search
2014 Library Survey of Researchers
It's on again! All current Research or Teaching/Research academic staff and HDR candidates are encouraged to participate.
The University of Tasmania Library is keen to ensure it is providing the most relevant services and collections to support the research outcomes of the University. The survey is designed to gain a broad view of how our expertise is valued by the research community, how effectively current Library services assist researchers and if additional services are needed.
Participation in the survey is voluntary and anonymous. It gives you an opportunity to provide full and frank feedback on how you use the Library services and to express your views about the Library’s future directions. Data from the survey will inform the Library’s planning for services from 2015.
Please allow approximately 15 minutes to complete the survey online.
The survey will be open until the end of November.
If you require further details about this study before completing the survey please contact the Senior Librarian, Research, Christine.Evans@utas.edu.au.
Browse UTAS Electronic Theses
Find and access an electronic copy of a UTAS thesis: