August 21, 2014
Massey Research Online (MRO) has passed the 5000 item mark this month. This means that there are over 5000 full text, Open Access items of high quality Massey University research available to the public via the Web. Making research available in...Read more
August 15, 2014
The latest additions to Massey Research Online (MRO) are from across the Colleges. Open access is now available to theses on topics as diverse as greywater use in New Zealand, comparative defence planning, osteoarthritis in wild horses, and...Read more
July 25, 2014
Aging, blueberries, breastfeeding, food browning and food safety… Several of the theses recently added to Massey Research Online (MRO) have a focus on health or nutrition topics. They are all available for open access.
Harmonisation of...Read more
July 8, 2014
This week three new Master of Design theses/exegeses have been added to Massey Research Online (MRO). Whatever your area of study or research, you might be interested in looking at these, as Design theses are often a bit different from the usual...Read more
June 26, 2014
This week the Library and ITS upgraded the institutional repository, Massey Research Online (MRO) to the latest version of software that runs it, DSpace.
Massey Research Online is the institutional repository offering free, full text access to high...Read more
June 17, 2014
Two of the new theses added to Massey Research Online (MRO) this week look at social media:
‘A prank between mates’: social media responses to sexual assaults against men, by Megan Easterbrook-Smith.
E-whanaungatanga: the role of...Read more
June 12, 2014
We’ve recently added Masters vet theses from the 1930s-50s to Massey Research Online (MRO), as part of our ongoing digitisation project. Some of the gems include:
Selection in dairy cattle in New Zealand 1939
The effect of sex upon growth in...Read more
May 5, 2014
One of the latest additions to Massey Research Online is Angela Feekery’s PhD thesis Conversation and change: integrating information literacy to support learning in the New Zealand tertiary context.
This thesis outlines a “project...Read more