How do I find a Queen's thesis?

Answered By: Richard Fallis
Last Updated: Mar 10, 2020     Views: 776

If you're looking for a thesis by a Queen's student, you can search for it using the Library Catalogue.

Queen's theses are kept in the McClay Library store, and can be requested using either the Request buttons in the catalogue or the printed forms which are available from the McClay Enquiry Desks and Borrower Services Desks. Theses may not be borrowed.

To find a thesis, go to the Library homepage and use the Library Catalogue box to search for the thesis title, or type keywords to find all theses whose titles mention those words. Click Submit.

Catalogue results will be displayed. To limit these to theses only, choose the Queen's Thesis format limit to the left of the results.

Alternatively, you can use Advanced Search in Classic Catalogue and limit your search to Material Type: Queen's Thesis.

Please note: it can take several weeks after submission for a Queen's thesis to appear on the Library Catalogue.

For more information on finding theses, particularly those by students at other universities, click the link below to visit our Theses LibGuide.

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