Jultika - the open access repository of the University of Oulu - contains the bibliographic information of all the theses that have been submitted to Laturi as well as the full text of all the theses that the author has permitted to be made available to the public. The full texts of all theses are accessible on the dedicated e-thesis workstations in the libraries.
Searching for theses
You can search for theses for example by author's name or title. You can also search for theses by supervisor´s or reviewer´s name.
To browse theses, click "Find" at the Jultika start page. After that, you can narrow your search for example by faculty or subject. Under "Fulltext available" you can select whether you want to browse only publicly available theses.
There`s an e-thesis workstation in the Pegasus Library 3rd floor and Medical Library. The workstation provides access to all master's and diploma theses that have been approved at the University of Oulu since the switch to electronic publishing of theses.
The use of the material and the workstation are regulated by the Copyright Act (404/1961):
How soon are approved theses published in Jultika?
Approved theses are submitted weekly to the library's cataloguing department, where the correctness of their bibliographic information is checked. This means that in general approved theses will be in Jultika in approx. one week.
My thesis has been approved a long time ago but I still can't find it in Jultika. What's the problem?
The successful review and approval of an electronic thesis requires that all the reviewers and the approver download the thesis from Laturi before the official approval date. If they fail to do so, or if they download the thesis on the approval date or after that, the similarity of the approved version and the version in Laturi must be verified manually. Since this takes time, the publication of the thesis in Jultika will be delayed. For further information about the publication date of your thesis contact Laturi customer support.
I would like to make my thesis publicly available after all. Is it possible to do this afterwards?
Yes, it is possible. All you have to do is visit the library and fill in a form to allow your thesis to be publicly available. Remember to bring a picture ID with you.