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Theses: Training & support

This guide is intended to provide advice to PGR students on their eThesis

Training and support for students

Dr. Michael O'Connor, the Open Research Librarian, will run training sessions on "Copyright and your e-thesis" each year.

Information will usually be available on MyFuture.

You can also consult Lib for Library training Libguide for full details.

This course usually occurs once in semester one and once in semester two.

Course summary and details below. Please book early to avoid disappoint. Places are limited in each training session.

Book via MyFuture


Please note that All places must be booked via the Graduate School website 

To register, login via MyFuture and select Events>Workshops (Career Grad School & LDS)> search for the course.

Training and support for staff

Dr. Michael O'Connor, the Open Research Librarian, will run training sessions on "Copyright and your e-thesis for supervisors" each year.

Information will usually be available on the Library training Libguide for full details.

You can book via iTrent website.

This course usually occurs only once per year and it depends on demand. If you feel that it would be helpful for this training to be offered to supervisory staff at your School, please don't hesitate to contact me to discuss your training needs,

Course summary and details below. Note this event is 45 minutes only. 


Please note that all places must be booked via the iTrent website 

If you are a supervisor and you wish to have bespoke training delivered to your students/School, please contact the Repository and E-thesis Manager to arrange this:


Contact information

The Repository and E-thesis Manager is responsible for delivering training on copyright and e-thesis obligations. If you have any queries/requests for training, please contact:


T: 02890 976163

If you (PGR), or your student (supervisor), are uploading the e-thesis into Pure and have issues, please contact the designated e-thesis email address below. This is for all specific e-thesis queries (upload, submission, embargo, connected outputs in Pure, visibility, copyright etc)