Again it would be wise to check your publisher's policy on this issue.
Yes, however you should check the publisher's policies prior to signing any publishing agreement.
The Thesis Examination Subcommittee (the Subcommittee) was established by the Academic Senate of Macquarie University (the University) in May 2016 under Rule 9(4)(c) of the Academic Senate Rules 2016, and is directly responsible and accountable to the Research and Research Training Committee of Academic Senate for the exercise of its responsibilities.
This Terms of Reference sets out the objective, role and responsibilities, membership, tenure, and rules of operation of the Subcommittee.
These can include books, research reports or theses, as well as copies of journal articles, chapters from books or conference papers required for your research and teaching.
The Macquarie University Digital Theses Program is a collection of digital versions of Macquarie University Higher Degree Theses deposited with the Library.Incorporating your thesis into Macquarie University’s Digital Thesis Collection will bring your work to the attention of a greater range of interested readers, will publicise your research and has the potential to enhance your professional reputation.Publishing to the web may make it a little easier for an unscrupulous researcher to plagiarise your work but it will also make it easier for them to be caught.Postgraduate, MRes and HDR candidates are eligible for our Interlibrary Loans Service.This service helps staff and students locate and request items not held by the library.The Internet may well be the easiest way of disseminating your research.Some argue that Internet availability may even increase the eventual sales of the printed work by raising awareness of its existence.Completing candidates will be sent information and a form relating to the submission of digital theses.Higher degree research candidates completing prior to 2011 are invited to submit a digital copy of their thesis so that it may be added to the Digital Collection.Monographs are often based on a thesis but are usually re-written to include new information such as comments from examiners and reviewers and to incorporate new information.It is worth remembering that the market for many academic books is extremely small and publication is often economically marginal.