My PhD thesis is titled Ultra low-field strength intraoperative MRI for glioblastoma surgery. The thesis starts with a systematic review and focuses afterwards on volumetry, the correlation between intraoperative contrast enhancement and histopathology, en concludes with the interim analysis of a randomized controlled trial.
The thesis is available in various digital formats and can be read on every computer, tablet or smartphone. A separate print version is available for those who prefer to read from paper.
iPad users can download the iBooks version from iTunes, which is optimized for this device and contains some interactive features. For other tablets an ePUB version and an outlined PDF version are available.
The ePUB version is optimized for reading on small-screen devices. For iOS I recommend iBooks and for Android I recommend StarBooks. For other platforms alternative solutions are available (this page on Wikipedia might help).
For (other) computers
For reading on paper this print version is available in PDF format.
The image galleries will give you an impression what the different versions look like.
iBooks version for iPad
ePUB version on iPhone
ePUB version on Android
Outlined PDF version
Do it yourself!
You’ll find some getting started instructions on how to publish your own PhD thesis as eBook on my blog.