Information Update - Fall 2009

Electronic Masters and Honors Theses

Alumni: did you write a masters or honors thesis to cap off your University studies? If so, we want to hear from you! The Weinberg Memorial Library is currently building a digital collection of Electronic Masters and Honors Theses. We just began accepting "born digital" theses from 2009 graduates, and we are digitizing the printed and bound copies of theses from 2008 and prior years. With the permission of their respective authors, the digital theses will either be made available to the public or restricted to on-campus users only. As in the past, the original printed theses will still be preserved in the Library's Special Collections.
If you wrote an honors or masters thesis as part of your University of Scranton coursework, please fill out and sign an Electronic Theses Approval Form to let us know whether or not your thesis may be included in our collection. The Form is available on the Library website at
Questions or comments about the Electronic Masters and Honors Theses collection or the Electronic Theses Approval Form may be directed to the Digital Services department at or 570-941-7003.
Kristen Yarmey-Tylutki

The Weinberg Memorial Library preserves honors and masters theses in our Special Collections
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