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Find an Augsburg Thesis in the Catalog: Theses at Augsburg
How to search for theses or other master's projects created by Augsburg graduate students
A Graduate Student's Guide to Augsburg Theses & Graduate Projects
So you have written an Augsburg thesis? Great!
Augsburg graduate students who successfully complete a graduate research project usually give two copies of that project to their department. The department deposits one copy in the University Archives, and makes the second copy available to the Augsburg community via Lindell Library. Graduate students are advised to submit:
One printed and bound copy that is stored in the University Archives, where it can be preserved for posterity
Augsburg's Archives copies are held for preservation only. They are not available for viewing either by the public or by members of the Augsburg community.
Either a print or digital copy for use by the Augsburg community
A printed, bound copy for the library’s circulating collection, where it can be checked out by students and faculty; or
Give the printed and bound copy or copies to your department.
Your department will send them to the library.
One copy will be added to the University Archives.
Save a copy of your thesis in “PDF/A” format.
”PDF/A“ is the “accessibility” version of PDF.
There should be an option in Word, Pages, Google Docs, etc., to export in this format.
After your printed thesis has been approved by your department, submit the digital version directly to the library by sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org — along with a signed Deposit Agreement. The library cannot make your thesis or dissertation available online without a signed agreement.