Welcome to the University of Huddersfield Repository - University of Huddersfield Repository
Below are answers to some frequently asked questions FAQ about institutional repositories, open access, copyright and this Project. In simple terms an institutional repository is a place to store digital copies of scholarly work and make these materials freely and easily accessible. For an academic researcher it is a place to store, manage and disseminate their work via the World Wide Web. The work can include publications in peer-reviewed journals, books and book-sections, technical reports, working papers, monographs, conference presentations, audio and visual materials or any other research content that has some scholarly value.
Established in the MDC is reaching out across the University to garner content that reflects the diversity of the organisation, the cultural assets it holds in trust and the research it delivers. It is a growing resource for exploring, viewing and manipulating ultra-high quality images, with a parallel display of text, audio, and even video content. Manchester Digital Collections presents a wealth of digitised resources you can browse and enjoy. Here are some of the latest exciting collections we've launched and made available to the world.
Important changes to our services. Find out more. Thesis and dissertation are terms used to describe a longer piece of written work, usually done as part of a university degree. In the UK, the term dissertation generally refers to an extended piece of work for an undergraduate or taught Masters degree, while thesis describes the written part of the submission for a research degree at Masters or PhD level. However, they are reversed in the US, where dissertation is usually used to describe a piece of extended writing for a PhD.
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