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The IMI Library maintains a dissertation archive for all Masters level research. This project has two primary goals:
Download the Dissertation Deposit Agreement and include a signed copy when you submit your dissertation.
The agreement gives you the option of depositing your dissertation in the library and making it available for consultation. If you agree to make your dissertation available for consultation, it will be made searchable on the library catalogue once the final date for appeals has passed.
Your dissertation will not be accessible without your agreement. The agreement forms will be kept on file in the library for as long as the dissertation is in the collection. There may be circumstances where it is not suitable to give permission for access, e.g. when commercial confidentiality or conditions imposed by employers apply. This is perfectly acceptable and will not influence your result or standing in any way.
You must accept responsibility for ensuring that your dissertation may be deposited for consultation in the library. You should talk to your supervisor and your employer to establish if a need exists to restrict access to your dissertation. You can contact the library to remove access to your dissertation at any point in the future.
You can search for a dissertation using the library catalogue.
Dissertations are kept under lock and key in the library. You must request a librarian retrieve a dissertation for you by completing a short request/agreement form.
Only registered library users may request a dissertation.
Dissertations cannot be removed from the library or taken out on loan. You are required to sign (in pencil) the declaration of use attached to the inside cover of each dissertation. You are not allowed to write on or attach paper to dissertations. You are not allowed to photocopy or take digital images of dissertations.