When a graduate student uploads their paper as a PDF to OhioLI NK and fills out the Delay of Final Work form found in GRADFORMS, they are able to make a request for a delay in access to their document. On the page titled Permissions and UMI Publication, look for the Publication section and click the second button there.
What is OhioLINK electronic theses and dissertations?
Over 58,000 theses and dissertations have been submitted by students attending 31 of Ohio’s illustrious academic institutions for inclusion in the OhioLINK Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETD) database. In 2012, Google expressed gratitude to OhioLINK for facilitating the discovery of open-access information within ETDs via Google Scholar.
Where can I find OSU dissertations and theses?
Try looking for OSU dissertations on Proquest’s Dissertations & Theses database.Most dissertations after 1954 are accessible full text.Conduct a search in The Knowledge Bank to find honors theses and undergraduate research.Not a graduate of OSU?Thesis and dissertation documents that cannot be located in the OhioLINK ETD Center may be digitized and made available for download free of charge as PDFs.
How do I submit my final thesis to OhioLINK?
Via GRADFORMS Convert the final version of the thesis paper to a PDF with embedded fonts, and then submit it to OhioLink.On the day of the deadline, no later than eight in the morning.In order to fulfill the criteria for the degree, all of the paperwork need to be authorized by the time the deadline rolls around at 5 o’clock.Make a Request to Postpone the Final Document (if applicable) Through GRADFORMS
How do I submit a dissertation to the Graduate School?
Submit a complete draft of your dissertation to the Graduate School either electronically at [email protected] or in-person on a walk-in basis at 247 University Hall between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. during the fall and spring semesters. During the summer, the hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.