Check with your supervisor about how to upload your thesis to the repository. Each faculty has their own thesis repository and rules for uploading theses.
By uploading your thesis to the thesis repository you have made it freely and openly available (unless you have indicated that you want the contents to be hidden). This means you have published your thesis in Open Access.
More on Open Access.
While you were writing your thesis you probably used or generated research data: data that is collected, observed, or created, for purposes of analysis to produce original research results.
Examples of research data:
More on Research Data Management.
I am having trouble finding literature on my topic. Can I get assistance?
The University Library has many books about doing research, including doing a literature search. You can find a selection here.
Other useful titles:
More titles can be found in SmartCat.
I am having trouble writing my thesis. Can I get assistance?
The Student Service Centre offers a Thesis clinic, a Thesis support group and an Academic writing skills course.
Please contact the Student Service Centre via firstname.lastname@example.org