QUT Digital Theses is a digital collection of theses produced by research higher degree students at QUT. The theses are made publicly available online via QUT ePrints in order to improve access and promote QUT research to the international community.
When you submit the final version of your thesis, which incorporates any changes made as a result of the examination process, a copy of this version is uploaded to QUT ePrints. For information about acceptable file formats, exemptions and embargoes (on public access), please refer to the Requirements for Presenting Theses guidelines on the Research Students Centre website or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Research students retain copyright in their thesis when the QUT Library makes it available online through QUT ePrints. If you have included material created by other people in your thesis then you must obtain the copyright owner's permission before that material can be made publicly available online. For more information about copyright issues related to publishing and communication please refer to the relevant section of the QUT Copyright Guide
You should also consult the following document:
These resources will help you to obtain and record any necessary copyright permissions:
QUT Digital Theses can be searched through QUT ePrints. Additionally QUT digital theses, along with the digital theses of other Australian universities, can be found via the National Library of Australia's Trove and OATD (Open Access Theses and Dissertations). Additional options for finding theses from Australian and international universities can be found on the Library's find theses and dissertations page.