VUW THESIS BINDING

If your thesis is near this limit or over it, it will have to be split into multiple files—for example, the main chapters in one file and appendices in another. Alternatively, you may post it to: For Alumni If you completed a thesis at Victoria in the past, and are willing to allow us to digitise it and make it available to the public through ResearchArchive, please download and fill out the form below and send it to Michael Parry, Digital Initiatives Coordinator at: As you are required to deposit in the ResearchArchive you will need to ensure all your third party material is properly attributed and with appropriate permissions from the copyright holder for third party content. Copies of the thesis submitted for examination may be in a temporary binding, for example spiral bound or heat-sealed.

If your thesis is near this limit or over it, it will have to be split into multiple files—for example, the main chapters in one file and appendices in another. Please note that the year included on the title page should be the year the thesis is deposited in the Library. Further guidance on this can be found in full on the Copyright Self Deposit Help page. During the submission process, the Discovery Systems Team does the following: All quotations should be attributed to the source of the quotation with a proper citation that is the standard in your discipline. Be a clean and clearly printed copy with no marking comments.

Be a clean and clearly printed copy with no marking comments. All quotations should be attributed to the source of the quotation with a proper citation that is the standard in your discipline.

Include a short abstract approximately words in a form suitable for publication. If you completed a thesis at Victoria in the past, and are bindibg to allow us to digitise it and make it available to the public through ResearchArchive, please download and fill out the form below and send it to Michael Parry, Digital Initiatives Coordinator at: We have guidelines that set out the formats for research theses.

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If your thesis is near this limit or over it, it will have to be split into multiple files—for example, the main chapters in one file and appendices in another. Vud of the thesis submitted for examination may be in a temporary binding, for example spiral bound or heat-sealed.

Formats for Theses |

One copy will have all third party material without permissions redacted, while the other will be the complete.

Copyright for the ResearchArchive. During the submission process, the Discovery Systems Team does the following: Have any relevant appendices bound into the hard copy.

After your thesis is accepted, we will email a receipt to you, your supervisor, and your school administrator. You must supply one print and one digital copy of the final version of your thesis. Submit your thesis Congratulations on completing your thesis!

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If you are about to graduate, you must supply one print and one digital copy of the final version of your thesis. Print Guidelines The print vue of your thesis must: Appendices on a CD may be attached in a pocket. If you cannot obtain permission for the reuse of third party materials then you will need to submit two electronic copies of your thesis to the library.

The tgesis a digital copy of your thesis can be is 2 gigabytes 2 Gbthough very few theses are anywhere near this large. Some examples of non-standard formats include music scores; three-dimensional models; performance recordings; or works in fabric, vud, plastic or metal. General information A thesis is defined as a research output carrying a value of 90 points or more which is submitted for external examination.

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Submit your thesis

The pages may be double-sided. The ResearchArchive is open to the public, and anyone who is interested may access, read, and download material.

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The electronic copy of your thesis will be held in the ResearchArchive. The redacted copy will be made publically available while the un-redacted copy will be held as the archival copy. Available in the Library.

You can bring these in person to: For more assistance, please contact the Metadata Librarians at library-cataloguers vuw. It will be processed by the Metadata Librarians and a thesis deposit receipt will be issued to you by email. As you are required to deposit in the ResearchArchive you will buw to ensure all your third party material is properly attributed and with appropriate permissions from the copyright holder for third party content. For Alumni If you completed a thesis at Victoria in the past, and are willing to allow us to digitise it and make it available to the public through ResearchArchive, please download and fill out the form below and send it to Michael Parry, Digital Initiatives Coordinator at: Available in the Library.

Copyright When depositing your thesis we ask if you have used any third party content. Where will my tuesis be kept?

Theses which have been accepted for the award of a PhD. We have guidelines that set out the standard formats for research theses, but with prior permission, the Library will also accept non-standard formats.