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All about searching for theses and gaining access to them, whether held in UTAS or external collections.
Last Updated: May 10, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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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

Keyword Search:

1.       type in keyword (e.g. cognitive)

2.       from results, limit to Format - Thesis (UTAS)

Advanced Search:

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.

Please note:

Access to PDFs of all the University of Tasmania's PhD theses will be possible early in 2015.


    Library Catalogue Keyword Search

    Or Search the Classic Catalogue

    Browse UTAS Electronic Theses

    Find and access an electronic copy of a UTAS thesis:

    • Library Open Repository (ePrints)
      The UTAS repository for access to digital theses as well as an archive providing full-text access to other publications by University of Tasmania staff and higher degree students.
    • Trove  
      As a graduate of the University of Tasmania, an electronic copy of your thesis will be accessible via Trove.
    • eCite.UTAS
      A digital archive that provides access to research outputs at the University of Tasmania including citations for theses. This is the official UTAS collection point for scholarly papers arising from federally-funded research.

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