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TUT electronic dissertations, theses and other publications (TUT DPub)
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The TUT Library maintains information systems, which contain information about the publications and other research outputs by TUT staff. Short descriptions of the databases and links to the search interfaces can be found below.
The TUT Library gives ISBN numbers to doctoral dissertations and other publications prepared at TUT and maintains a list of TUT publication series.
TUT DPub is an institutional repository that contains doctoral dissertations, master’s theses and other publication in full text.
TUT Portfolio is a portal to the academic expertise at Tampere University of Technology. Contains information about the publications and research activities by TUT staff.
The ISBN number is an international standard book number. It is given to all books and book-like items such as CD-ROMs or PDFs that are meant for public use. An ISBN number must be given to all separate formats of a publication as well as its revised editions. The physical format of the publication makes no difference: it can be a printed book or an electronic recording. The ISBN is a useful tool for handling publications in the acquisition of publications, international and national union catalogues, information retrieval and library circulation systems, for example.
The ISSN number is an international standard serial number for periodicals and serial publications. The purpose of the number is to mark off the serial publication or periodical from the other publications, possibly with a similar title. Therefore, if the title of a serial publication is changed, the ISSN number must be changed.
Further details about the ISBN and ISSN numbers and their use are available on the website of the National Library of Finland.
Publication series and doctoral dissertations at TUT
Both Tampere University of Technology and its departments publish various kinds of publications in their own publication series. There are four different types of publication series:
Julkaisu - Publication (e.g. for doctoral dissertations and other refereed publication series)
Tutkimusraportti - Research Report
Raportti - Report
Opetusmoniste - Lecture Notes
The Library keeps the information about the publication series and requests ISSN numbers when a new series is founded. The ISSN numbers are assigned by the Finnish ISSN Centre.
The majority of the doctoral dissertations prepared at TUT are published in the series Publications, but some doctoral candidates publish their dissertations in series of other organizations. A title page template for the dissertations published in the series Publications is available at POP Portal (Doctoral Studies > Dissertation Process), login with TUT intranet account.
How to request an ISBN number and print a publication
When the publication is ready to be printed, you must request an ISBN number for it. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details:
author’s / editor’s name
title of the publication
format of the publication – printed or electronic publication (PDF, CD etc.)
If you plan to publish your report in a publication series, mention that in the email, too. The Library prepares a title page (the page after the front cover and the reverse side of the page) based on these details which page you include in the publication. You should send two copies of the publication to the Library after the printing.
The printing service for TUT is provided by Juvenes Print which has an office on the TUT campus. Juvenes Print TTY prepares covers for the publications according to the graphic guidelines of TUT. For further details about the graphic guidelines log in Tutka (TUT intranet account required) or about the printing service contact Juvenes Print TTY, tel. 020 756 8680, email email@example.com.
Storing dissertations and other publications into the institutional repository TUT DPub
The research reports and other publications are often published solely in electronic format. The institutional repository TUT DPub offers an easy way to online publishing because the publication is given a permanent address that provides a guaranteed access to it even in the future. The collection TUT Publication series is meant for the publications of the departments and the collection Educational resources contains teaching materials prepared by TUT’s employees. Further details about the storing are in Tutka (log in using TUT intranet account).
The doctoral candidate can store the dissertation into the collection Dissertation. The instructions for the submission are available in POP Portal (Doctoral Studies > Dissertation Process; TUT intranet account required).
For further details about TUT serial publications, doctoral dissertations, ISBN numbers and the institutional repository TUT DPub contact Kaisa Kulkki, tel. 040 849 0250 / 3164, firstname.lastname@example.org.
TUT DPub is the institutional repository of Tampere University of Technology that contains collections of digital content. The purpose of TUT DPub is to increase the visibility and availability of the University’s scholarly output, promote open access to scientific research and preserve digital materials. The institutional repository TUT DPub contains doctoral dissertations, master’s theses and other publications in PDF format.
Contains dissertations prepared at Tampere University of Technology. All dissertations are printed and their availability can be viewed in Tutcat catalogue.
Contains teaching materials prepared by TUT’s employees.
Contains master’s theses prepared at Tampere University of Technology. Some licentiate's theses in full text are also available in this collection.
Contains publications prepared by the University’s employees that have been published elsewhere, such as articles and conference papers.
TUT Publication series
Contains research reports and other reports featured in the publication series of Tampere University of Technology.
Submissions to the institutional repository
It requires a valid TUT intranet account to be able to submit a doctoral dissertation, a master’s thesis or other publication to TUT DPub. The instructions on storing a master’s thesis are available at POP Portal (Study info > Master’s thesis > Storing master’s thesis into TUT DPub, log in using TUT intranet account). The instructions for doctoral dissertations and other publications are available at Tutka (Reseach > TUT DPub, log in using TUT intranet account). For further details about the institutional repository TUT DPub contact Kaisa Kulkki, tel. 040 849 0250, email@example.com.
TUT Portfolio is a portal to the academic expertise at Tampere University of Technology. Database covers publications and expert tasks by TUT staff since 1970.
The search terms may be written in one or more fields. It is possible to carry out searches by the author name, the title, the name of the journal or by the code of the institute. Boolean operators (and, or, not) are accepted either within the fields or between the fields.
The publication types covered are:
Furthermore there is information about artistic activities, patent publications, audiovisual material, presentations and scientific expert tasks.
Coverage: 53 000 records