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Undergraduate Dissertations Guide

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Undergraduate dissertations and projects at University of Greenwich.

Undergraduate dissertations and projects at University of Greenwich.

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  • 1. Undergraduate dissertations atGreenwichWhats available?We retain small representative samples (of best practice as decided by the Schools),of dissertations produced as part of undergraduate degrees.Who can borrow undergraduate dissertations?Only University of Greenwich staff or student members (including UK Partnerstudents) studying or teaching on Greenwich undergraduate or postgraduate degreecourses can borrow dissertations.How do I find undergraduate dissertations?You can search for dissertations on the Library Catalogue and borrow them from thelibrary desk. View one of our video tutorials to find out how to search the LibraryCatalogue: http://bit.ly/pn09dRDissertations are loaned for reference use in the library only. You will need to produceyour Greenwich student ID card. Items must be returned to the staff at the library deskbefore the counter closes. Note that if items are not returned on time you will becharged an overdue fine.Retention of undergraduate dissertationsDissertations are held in the library for three years and then returned to the Schools.View our retention, loan and supply of theses and dissertations policy:http://bit.ly/qS6uKZWhere do I get more help?Avery Hill: ah-librarians@gre.ac.ukGreenwich: mg-librarians@gre.ac.uk |Medway: dhl-librarians@gre.ac.ukOSCARS Off-Campus Support: www.gre.ac.uk/oscars

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