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Charles Sturt Research Masters / PhD theses are available as follows:
Theses from 2009 - are available online in the Charles Sturt Research Output (CRO) repository as PDF files.
Older ‘print only’ theses held by the Library can found using the Advanced Search option in Primo Search:
You can search for CSU theses about a specific topic by including additional keywords, e.g. marketing
Print theses must be used in the library only.
If a thesis is held at another Charles Sturt Campus Library, you can ask for it to be sent to you at your local Charles Sturt Campus Library.
The National Library of Australia’s Trove database lists most Australian university theses. Not all online theses are publicly available.
Some services, such as the ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global database allow users to purchase copies.
Alternatively, the library can locate and purchase a copy of a thesis on your behalf. Charges apply and are based on the rates outlined in the Australian ILRS Code but may vary according to the individual library.
Interlibrary Loans staff will provide a quote before proceeding with the request. Use the ILL Request link in Primo Search to submit a request.
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