Once these requirements have been met the "Proceed to Dissertation/Thesis Submission page" button will open up in the student e Dissertation/e Thesis center and this will allow the student proceed and upload a soft copy of their dissertation/thesis. There will be representatives from both the Stanford University Registrar's Office and the Library present to assist you.
All sessions are located at Green Library IC (Information Center) classroom, room 166.
Individual departments may dictate more stringent requirements.
Questions not answered in this guide should be referred to the appropriate department officer or to the MIT Libraries ([email protected]).
For postgraduate research students: what you need to know about submitting your thesis for assessment and information on submitting your final thesis to the Library.
Your College Office is the first point of contact for advice on submitting your thesis.The above slide presentation, produced by Stanford University Libraries in consultation with the Office of the General Counsel, is designed to inform students about copyright issues, in particular the choices and decisions a student faces in the process of submitting a dissertation or thesis electronically. final projects, contact the Student Services Center, second floor, Tresidder Memorial Union, or submit a Student Service Center Help Ticket.For further information on preparing and submitting doctoral dissertations, Engineer degree theses, and D. The Registrar's Office in conjunction with the Stanford University Library offer students the option to submit their dissertation/thesis in electronic format. If you have further questions about electronic formatting, the submission process, or just general issues with submission, come to one of these sessions for assistance.This electronic submission process is free of charge to students and allows them the ability to log into Axess and check their pre-submission requirements in the e Dissertation/e Thesis Center under the academics tab. Bring your laptop computer with you to these sessions.The Institute is committed to the preservation of each sdent’s thesis because it is both a requirement for the MIT degree and a record of original research that contains information of lasting value.The requirements in this guide apply to all theses and have been specified both to facilitate the care and dissemination of the thesis and to assure the preservation of the archival paper copy.The University of Calgary is a publicly funded institution and much of our research is sponsored by government funding.As such, the university has an obligation to ensure that this research is available for the benefit of the public at large, for example, through the University of Calgary’s online repository.Your College Office will invite you to submit your final thesis and provide guidance on how to do this.More information can be found on College webpages, the University Library’s theses website, or by contacting your College Office.