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This Collection provides online access to the dissertations and theses written by UM postgraduate students of the University and deposited with the University Library. Some contain tables of contents and abstracts, while some are full-text. Depending on authors' permission, the full-text versions can be accessed either via the internet, or through the campus intranet. This Collection is available for use for the purpose of private study or research in compliance with the copyright and author's rights requirements.
UM Dissertations & Theses Collection could be found on the library page,
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The University of Macau Library has partnered with some premier universities in the world to establish the Outstanding Academic Papers by Students (OAPS) project. The main purpose is to encourage our students to carry out quality research work by collecting and preserving these works in digital format in the Library website. The papers now in the database are from students in various faculties in the University and the number of these papers will increase gradually in the years to come.
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