Problems and Possibilities of Electronic Theses and Dissertations,
by Christian Weisser, John Baker, and Janice R. Walker
What Are Students Doing?
- "Barbarians on the Greek Periphery? Origins of Celtic Art."
Dissertation Proposal of Constanze Witt, University of Virginia. This is an aesthetically-pleasing site that incorporates digitized
photographs of artwork from antiquity and Netscape links, along with text detailing the proposal itself. The purpose of the proposed
study is to "examine the material evidence for the great stylistic
change that took place in fifth century Celtic art, the highly complex and distinctive cultures that produced it, and their relationships with the Mediterranean." This site is a good example of the potential that
electronic publishing offers to scholars--the ability to offer images, text, and links to other texts in a way simply not possible using the traditional print medium.
- Lucas, Gerald. (1996). Healthy Blasphemy in Rushdie and Bulgakov. Master's thesis.
Master's thesis completed at the University of South Florida, December, 1996 by Gerald Lucas. Explores the role of the artist in works by Salman Rushdie and Mikhail Bugakov. Done originally in traditional print based form, this thesis is currently under
construction as a hypertextual, interactive document which will eventually include responses and links to related works.
- Morton, Deborah Balzhiser. (1994). Orientations, Hypertext, and Multiplicity: ISU's Language and Composition II Web. (Vers. 1.1).
Illinois State University's Orientations,
Hypertext, and Multiplicity actually consists of two texts.
The first, Orientations, Hypertext, and Multiplicity: ISU's Language
& Composition II Web, is a hypertext that serves as a web of
information for instructors and teaching assistants in ISU's Writing
Program. Pragmatically, the scope of the project is to aid in the
orientation of instructors to Language & Composition II and the
Macintosh-assisted classrooms in the Department of English and to
function as a course-specific resource of ideas and suggestions
throughout the academic year. To supplement the orientation of
Language & Composition II, a second composition course focusing
on academic discourse, the hypertext includes governing statements
for ISU's Writing Program and information such as course goals,
sample syllabi, assignments, student work, and models for
conceiving the course.
- University Writing Center Online, University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Thesis project of Paula Puffer.
- Cultural Formations in Text-Based Virtual Realities."
Masters Thesis by Elizabeth M. Reid.
- "Self-refraction in the Acoustic Field of a Paraboloidal Reflector."
Masters Thesis of Lawrence J. Gelin, Department of
Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin (1995).
- MA/PhD Graduates of USF Applied Anthropology.