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Library Support for Research Candidates

Through our suite of Research LibGuides, we idenitfy the range of Library services and support available to research candidates.  Follow the tabs within individual guides to explore resources on topics of relevance.  You're welcome to make use of the feedback and comments links to alert Liaison Librarians to any information needs that are not being met by these guides.

  • Book a Research Consultation
    Let us know what information or support you'd like and we'll find the best person to help you.
  • Document Delivery Service
    Research candidates may request access to items held in collections other than the UTAS Library through the Document Delivery Service.
  • EndNote
    Learn about this bibliographic management software, how to download it and how to make the references in your thesis match the requirements of your supervisors.
  • Finding Theses
    Use this LibGuide to find theses published by researchers at UTAS or from throughout Australia and around the world.
  • Research Support
    Find an overview of Library resources, services and support offered to researchers.
  • Supervision Matters
    Information for supervisors of research candidates.

Quicklinks - Find UTAS theses

All UTAS PhD theses, and some Masters and Honours theses, are held in our library collections. 

Printed copies are housed in the Science Library.  Library staff will make these available to you upon request. They are indexed by the library catalogue. 

Electronic copies of some theses are accessible via Library Open Repository (ePrints).

Quicklinks - Theses from other institutions

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