University Libraries digitize Loyola theses and dissertations
The University Libraries have undertaken a project to digitize and make available on the Web and in Loyola eCommons (our institutional digital repository) all theses and dissertations written by Loyola graduates. The project began with theses and dissertations published in 1924 and staff are currently digitizing documents in the mid-1960’s. The painstaking, page-by-page work has resulted in making the work of our graduates better known around the world. The electronic documents can be read online or downloaded. So far, over 2,000 theses and dissertations have been downloaded nearly 300,000 by students and researchers. If you would like to receive a readership report, send your email address to email@example.com.
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