eScholarship@McGill Open Access Repository

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Learn more about our student scholarship:

Highlights from the Thesis and Dissertation Collection

Submit

To submit an item fill out our online form

See our how to submit page for more information. 

About

eScholarship@McGill is an open access digital repository maintained by McGill Library. It showcases and preserves the publications and theses of McGill faculty, researchers, and students. 

eScholarship@McGill includes:

  • research articles
  • theses
  • working papers
  • conference papers
  • research reports and more

Note: As of February 10, 2020, eScholarship has moved to a new site. Please update your links accordingly.

Benefits

Benefits of eScholarship@McGill include:

  • meeting open access requirements of grant agencies (e.g. SSHRC, NSERC, CIHR, FRQ etc.)
  • indexing in Google, Google Scholar, and other major search engines and repository harvesters
  • full-text searching capabilities
  • open access to anyone, anywhere in the world 
  • preservation for the future

Open Access Service

Send us your CV, ORCID, or list of publications.  We will review your publications and let you know which of your publications can be made open access and how.

Email  escholarship.library [AT] mcgill.ca

eScholarship Policy & Guidelines

To read the full policy statement and guidelines on deposit, please download the PDF (124 KB) PDF icon eScholarship policy March 2020

Copyright

Research publications (e.g. articles, books etc.)

Papers that have been previously published must have copyright permissions verified. The Library helps determine the rights of authors to submit papers to eScholarship@McGill.

Additional copyright information can be found at:

Theses

Thesis authors sign a non-exclusive license that permits their work to be deposited in eScholarship@McGill and Library and Archives Canada Theses portal.

You retain copyright of your thesis. Read the license agreement on the Graduate and Post-Doctoral Studies website.

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