Q. Where can I find University of Calgary theses?
Answered By: Christine Stark Last Updated: Nov 30, 2017 Views: 159
Theses by current or former University of Calgary students may be found in a variety of places:
- The Vault - The University of Calgary's (U of C's) Theses Repository contains theses submitted after June 28, 2012. The Vault will be updated frequently, so if a particular thesis isn't there one day, check back later.
- Archives and Special Collections at the U of C - Paper theses submitted prior to June 2012.
- PRISM: University of Calgary's Digital Repository - Select digitized theses submitted prior to June 2012. Theses are made available by permission from University of Calgary graduate students.
- The Library Catalogue - search the catalogue by title or author. Many hard-copy bound theses can be found in our circulating collection.
- ProQuest Dissertations and Theses @ University of Calgary has many theses in digital format. Note that theses from around the world may be found at ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global
- Theses Canada has a collection of theses from students at Canadian universities.
- Big Search Box - search various collections from one spot by inputting your search terms into the Big Search Box on any U of C library homepage
- Author - If you are unable to find the thesis you are looking for, you may consider contacting the author of the thesis (assuming they are still alive) as they will likely have a copy.