If the petition is approved, the required sections (title page, copyright page, abstract) must still be written in English.
You will also have to decide whether to publish your work right away or to delay its release.
Additional pages within this section will outline all the considerations to keep in mind, when deciding how to make your work available to the scholarly community.
Working with your advisor and committee to identify your topic, planning and conducting your research, and doing the writing will likely be your top priorities.
However, paying attention and building your understanding of copyright, publishing, and open access in the early stages of your planning is also important.
Questions should be directed to the UW Copy Centers or to Pro Quest at 1.800.521.0600, ext.
The student theses listed here are University of Manchester doctoral theses, submitted since 2010, which are currently Open Access.As you compose your work, ask yourself the following questions: Plagiarism is using words, ideas, diagrams, and other content from publicly available work without appropriately acknowledging the sources of these materials.This definition constitutes plagiarism whether it is intentional or unintentional and whether it is the work of another or your own, previously published work. The Big Picture: Graduation Dates & Deadlines Student Responsibilities Required Sections for Your Document Common Formatting Mistakes to Avoid Committee Approval Forms Open Access and Publishing Options ETD Submission Process: After Submitting Registration Waiver Fee Commencement Your document must be written in English.If you need to write your document in another language to accommodate the main audience, you must get prior approval to do so by submitting a petition the dean via My Grad.All students writing a thesis or dissertation should review the UW Libraries Copyright Research Guide.Understanding copyright law is another critical aspect as you write your thesis or dissertation.As of August 2006, the collection of over 400 manuscripts is housed with Scholar [email protected], institutional repository for the University of New Orleans. There are also binders who process requests online such as Heckman Bindery in Indiana, Houchen Bindery, If you would like to access a manuscript you may go to: The UNO Thesis & Dissertation Collection portal ( There is no on-campus service for binding manuscripts. Students are required to meet the format requirements in effect the semester that they will graduate.Download the Thesis and Dissertation Manual (PDF format) Updated 8.21.19 The Graduate School at the University of New Orleans began accepting electronic versions of Theses and Dissertations in 2001. New Orleans, 504-525-3545 and National Index Bindery on L&A Road in Metairie, 504-828-7991.