Wikipedia:WikiProject Open/Open theses
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Open theses are theses available under an open license (i.e. on which some or all copyright has been relinquished before it expired). Many of them are also drafted openly, i.e. discussed in public well before submission by way of open notebook science, open-source software, open data or other elements of open research.
This page is meant to facilitate getting an overview, and to stimulate interaction between the individuals and communities engaged with open theses.
Theses being drafted in the open
Theses that have been drafted in the open
- Anthony Salvagno
- Carl Boettiger
- some people in Jean-Claude Bradley's lab
- Alfredo Perreira, AFj's PhD (2004-2009)
- Christian Heise
Defended theses available under an open license
If possible, these should eventually be uploaded to the respective Wikisource.
- Ferrers, Richard (2013): A consumer *value* theory of innovation in 3G mobile phones: a grounded theory approach. figshare. doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.680002. CC BY 4.0
- accompanied by 99 blog posts
- Doug Belshaw, Ed.D. thesis: "What is 'digital literacy'? A Pragmatic investigation", CC0
- continued after graduation as "never ending thesis"
- Daniel Mietchen (2006), Ph.D. thesis (Physics): 3D magnetic resonance microscopy of dehydrated biological specimens, CC BY 2.0