The Globe and Mail has a story on the (in progress) digitization and internet posting of UBC’s complete run of over 35,500 theses and dissertations – with an arch response by SFU’s Dean of Libraries (or whatever). As I’ve been noting, numerous other universities have these schemes as well, usually some flavour of the dSpace software package. Typically, University of Toronto calls it T-Space. Dissertations there do not seem to be online unless you are a library card holder, though strictly speaking they are not in T-Space either I don’t think. Nonetheless, they obviously have a digital copy mounted on a server.
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