Answered By: Keith Brisland Last Updated: Jul 25, 2016 Views: 287
The library doesn't automatically receive projects from all faculties. Printed copies of BCU theses that are held in our libraries will be listed on the library catalogue. At Curzon Library printed theses are held in the High Demand Collection on the ground floor. A list of these is held at the Help Desk.
Some student projects are also held on the Digital Library, You will need to use your library borrower number (i.e. your student card number plus the card issue number) and your 4 digit library PIN to log on. Look under ‘Student Projects’ in the ‘Core Collections’ list.
For dissertations held electronically at a national level, you could try EThOS, the British Library’s database of theses. Many of the theses on EThOS are available to download immediately but you will need to register to do this. Registration is free.
The ABI/Inform database provides access to dissertations from US universities. To access ABI/Inform log on to iCity and find the red library tile. Click on the Links tab, then select Find Resources and then select A-Z Resources. Scroll down the page until you find the link to ABI/Inform.