on line in the HKU Scholars Hub. RP Editing Please click on HKU Login on the top menu with your HKU Portal ID and PIN. Top, copyright 2018 The University of Hong Kong. Most thesis authors are very happy to find their thesis online now. More information on Bulletin. The HKU Scholars Hub includes theses in the arts, humanities, education and the social, medical and natural sciences. Potential employers and scholarly collaborators can easily find, read and cite them. They restrict the copy orders to 1/3 or less of the entire thesis and you are required to cite the thesis properly in your work including: the author, the title, date of publication, courtesy of the University Archives, University of Hong Kong. From Dec 2010, only rpg theses are collected both in print and ETD. Once the editing is done, click the button at the bottom to effect the changes. This later becomes the HKU Research Scholarship.
A research paper on childhood obesity
Socio-economic status research paper
Please remember to click on Save Changes after making changes here. We have now (June 2011) finished retrospective digitization of all HKU theses deposited in the HKU Libraries. This presentation, DIY Answers: Getting Utility Out of the HKU Scholars Hub, Knowledge Exchange Lunch Meeting, 2015. Please note, we can get the published version from the Libraries' subscriptions. Return Results 2050100 per page, sort by TitleAuthorJournalsYear. Most publishers, allow some form of self-archiving, although the version of the work that may be used, and the conditions imposed, vary from one publisher to another. Whereas printed theses were rarely found and read, the online theses are indexed in many worldwide search engines, such as Google and Yahoo, and can be found and read by anyone around the world. (HKU) Committee Appointments: We receive this data from the General Services of the Registry. However the great majority of postgraduate students graduated without these new requirements. Search Scripts on Author Names The following example of a URL script provides a quick and easy alternative method to the Quick Search form: In the above example, cai is the author's surname and ZX are the author's initials. The staff pages of several HKU departments now do this.