ANU Theses : 
The Australian National University Library’s theses collection holds the research output of the University’s academic community over the last 60 years. The first ANU thesis was awarded in 1953.
By digitising its print theses collection, ANU Library delivers the University’s unique and original research in a freely available, open access online collection. Digital delivery expands engagement with the Library’s collections, provides visibility to the university’s scholarship, and supports the careers of its academic community.
The majority of theses are openly accessible, however some may not be available under open access conditions due to author or copyright restrictions.
The ANU print theses collection has been made available through Exception 200AB of the Copyright Act 1968 (http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/cth/consol_act/ca1968133/s200ab.html)
ANU digital theses are made available in ANU Open Research under a Non Exclusive Distribution License. Copyright remains with the author.
Communities & Collections
The other side of obsessive-compulsive disorder: A personal narrative of living with OCD and healing with the help of Dr (Hazel) Claire Weekes, with exegesis: What are some of the key features and elements of contemporary life-writing? How does an understanding of these features and elements inform practice?