Recent theses and dissertations are available online through the University of Manitoba Libraries. Most of the documents available online date from 2005 to most recently completed.
Below are instructions on how to access the documents for registered student and non-registered students.
Use your Library ID and PIN to locate dissertations in the Library Database. This is the most effective method to search for previously completed theses, however you can use the library catalogue if you prefer.
If you are not a University of Manitoba student, you can be assigned a temporary ID and PIN from a library staff member at any of the U of M libraries to access the Library Databases. The Library Databases are the most effective means for accessing past theses and dissertations. Alternatively, you can use the library catalogue to find what you are looking for.
Using the Library Catalogue
**Any education thesis or dissertation written by a University of Manitoba student will be listed, starting from the most current, displaying 10 records per page.
Using Library Databases
It is possible to do a more detailed subject search if you have a Library ID and PIN.
Contact Kyle Feenstra, Education Librarian: Kyle.Feenstra@umanitoba.ca