UNT's Fall 2018 Theses and Dissertations Now Available

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We recently made our December 2018 graduates’ electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) available in the UNT Digital Library. The 80 doctoral dissertations and 38 master’s theses join a robust collection of some 19,000 UNT graduate works dating back to 1936. Full-text searchable within our digital library, the ETDs are also easy to discover via Google and other search engines— providing immediate global visibility.

In 1999, UNT was among the first three American universities requiring students to submit theses and dissertations in electronic format. The UNT Digital Library followed up by retrospectively digitizing all UNT theses and dissertations produced prior to 1999 and adding them to the collection. Now, UNT’s implementation of the Vireo ETD submission and management system allows us to add current ETDs promptly each semester after they are approved by the Toulouse Graduate School.

We also provide access to other forms of scholarly and artistic content created by UNT students including data sets, recital recordings, artwork, publications and problems-in-lieu-of-theses, and honors papers.

By delivering integrated, enhanced digital access to these materials, the UNT Digital Library attracts users from more than 200 countries, increasing the impact of UNT students’ scholarship and creativity around the world.