If you are a Monash staff member, honours, or postgraduate student the Library offers a specialised range of of services to help you find, use and manage information more effectively:
Information Research Skills
To find Cited By information (ie. which articles have cited a specific article) use the following:
A selection of research methods texts from the library catalogue:
Monash Library Search
Obtaining a copy of a thesis
The library provides information on obtaining theses.
Many databases index theses, some key ones include:
The Monash University Research Repository is a digital archive of selected content representing Monash University’s research activity. All Monash doctoral candidates enrolling from 1st July 2005 are required to submit an eThesis at the conclusion of their examination with the exception of candidates enrolled in the PhD (Visual Arts), PhD (Creative Writing) and PhD (Music Composition).
However, if you are enrolled in the PhD (Visual Arts) and you wish to submit an eThesis, then you need to have obtained permission for use of all 3rd party images.
If this is not possible then you will need to provide two electronic copies of your thesis - the complete thesis, and a revised version (which excludes the images).
When submitting these two PDF files as part of the eThesis submission, you will need to clearly name the PDFs before uploading them, and provide an explanation in the "Comments" section of the form of your intentions (e.g. which file has which access conditions).