University of Scranton Adds Electronic Master’s and Honors Theses Collection
The University of Scranton’s Weinberg Memorial Library has added a new Electronic Master’s and Honors Theses Collection to serve as a digital home for master’s and honors student scholarship. The collection is available to the public at www.scranton.edu/library/theses.
The collection currently includes 359 graduate and undergraduate theses written by University of Scranton students from 1955 through today. While the digital collection does not yet include all of the theses the library holds in print, the library is continually adding newly digitized and newly submitted works.
Alumni who wrote a master’s or honors thesis at the culmination of their studies at The University of Scranton may include their thesis in the Electronic Master’s and Honors Theses Collection. With the permission of their respective authors, digitized theses can 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. For additional information about digital submissions, please visit www.scranton.edu/library/theses and click on “Alumni.”
For questions about the Electronic Master’s and Honors Theses collection, contact the Digital Services Department of the library at email@example.com or call 570-941-7003.