where to find PhD Thesis to read

11-Oct-17, 12:44
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posted about 9 months ago
Good morning ,

Actually starting my PhD , I am looking for resources to read published PhD thesis' , to know what my work should look like once it's done , my field is computer science if that helps

11-Oct-17, 17:18
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by Ephiny
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posted about 9 months ago
Your university library should have these; recent ones will probably be in an online repository that you can log in to via the library website, rather than physical copies on the shelves as in earlier years.

Also, you could ask your supervisor, they will probably have copies and/or PDFs of their previous students' theses.
11-Oct-17, 22:11
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by CR1980
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posted about 9 months ago
There’s a site called ethos that catalogues PhDs and you can often download them.


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