There are now more than 1000 theses in the Glasgow Theses Service, of which over 869 have freely available full text. This is a great achievement, and much of the credit must go to Marie Cairney and the Library’s E-theses team based in Bibliographic Services, who deal with the deposit of theses on a daily basis and the associated queries from students and supervisors.
People may be interested to know that the download statistics for our theses are very high – the most popular thesis has been downloaded more than 37,000 times!
Our five most popular theses are:
- Bedigan, Kirsten M. (2008)
- Boeotian Kabeiric ware: the significance of the ceramic offerings at the Theban Kabeirion in Boeotia.
- Al-Ahmadi, Fatheya Mahmood (2008)
- The development of scientific thinking with senior school physics students
- Abuelmaatti, Ali (2008)
- RF techniques for IEEE 802.15.4: circuit design and device modelling.
- Rae, Norman G. D. (2007)
- Reinventing geopolitical codes in the post-Cold War world with special reference to international terrorism.
- McCulloch, Euan (2008)
- Experimental and finite element modelling of ultrasonic cutting of food.
Older theses and EThOS
As well as the theses being deposited by current students we are also adding older theses that have been digitised via the British Library’s EThOS Service.
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