Aalto Thesis Database now available from outside the Learning Centre

Aalto Thesis Database is a remote desktop connection to Aaltodoc, an archive of full-text versions of master’s, licentiate, and doctoral theses that are otherwise subject to access restrictions, due to lack of authorial permission.
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The Aalto Thesis Database is available: 

  • to all visitors at a Harald Herlin Learning Centre’s public Windows workstations. 
  • to all Aalto students in an Aalto IT Windows Classroom on campus and via the virtual desktop connection.
  • to all Aalto staff by download from the Aalto IT Windows Workstation Self Service Portal.

The Aalto Thesis Database connection to Aaltodoc puts the thesis you’re looking for at your fingertips. Click Access to electronic archive copy on the thesis metadata. 

You can read the thesis on screen or get it printed on paper. However, a block prevents saving a copy onto your own device.

Read more about Aalto Thesis Database from the Learning Centre’s guide for the thesis collection.

If you have questions, you can send us an email at [email protected].

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