Institutional Repository collects undergraduate honors theses and capstone projects from many University departments. Submitting your work to Institutional Repository is an effective way to share it publiclly. You can link to your work in the archive from your website or resumet. The content in the archive is also discoverable from web search engines like Google and Bing inviting the public to find, download, and read your work. This is evidenced by the download counts of undergraduate work in the arhive: undergraduate theses and capstone projects have an average of 118 downloads each.
When linking to your work on a CV or other venue, use the persistent link! This link is a URI which will ensure your work will be found even if the URL of the work is changed sometime in the future. To find the persitent link, look at your work in Institutional Repository. The libk will be listed on the item page for your work. It looks like this:
Several discipline-based thesis collections in Institutional Repository are accessible from the Undergraduate Honors Research community at http://discoverarchive.vanderbilt.edu/handle/1803/66.
To view the works in a single collection
Department of French and Italian Honors Theses
Vanderbilt English Department Honors Theses
Undergraduate Honors Program - History Department
Undergraduate Honors Program - Physics and Astronomy Department
Undergraduate Honors Program - Psychological Sciences
Peabody Capstone Projects
Teaching & Learning Capstone Projects
Leadership, Policy, and Organizations Capstone Projects
Master theses and doctoral dissertations are accessible on the Vanderbilt University Electronic Theses and Dissertations website: http://etd.library.vanderbilt.edu/.