online dissertations

online dissertations

You may also want to consult these sites to search for other theses:
We’re happy to present several data visualizations to give an overall sense of the OATD.org collection by county of publication, language, and field of study.

Use the links below to locate dissertations and theses from the United States in both proprietary and open access collections.
Use the links below to locate international dissertations and theses in open access collections.

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Use the links below to locate dissertations and theses from the United States in both proprietary and open access collections.
When you’re looking for dissertations and/or theses, start with a topic search in your favorite database (including Smart Search), and then limit the results to Source Types: Dissertations/Theses.

The Office of the Registrar conducts open labs each quarter in collaboration with Stanford Libraries DLSS service management staff, explaining the electronic process to students as a support option in addition to the documentation available online. The streamlined submission process saves time for the Registrar and students alike, and reduces environmental impact by eliminating the need to print multiple paper copies for binding, or even more copies when last-minute corrections are required.
Stanford University established an online thesis and dissertation submission service in Fall 2009. The service is a partnership of the University Registrar and Stanford Libraries.

Some theses and dissertations are available in full-text online through Dissertations & Theses @ University of Louisiana at Lafayette (ProQuest). Links to the full-text are in the following catalogs:
Physical copies published through 2013 are on the 2 nd Floor of Dupré Library. Beginning in 2014, all physical copies are in the Jefferson Caffery Reading Room on the 3 rd Floor.

USC Dissertations
The database ProQuest Theses & Dissertations is also a good source for locating digitized dissertations produced at other universities in the United States.

Finding Northeastern Dissertations:
2008 to the present: Most Northeastern theses and dissertations can be downloaded from our Digital Repository Service (Open Access) or Dissertations and Theses @NU (Proquest). (NU login required)

Full text of U.S. and foreign dissertations since 1997, with indexing for earlier years
For help identifying and locating dissertations and theses completed at universities other than Rutgers, see the Dissertations and Theses guide.

Online dissertations
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ODU graduate students began submitting their theses and dissertations electronically (ETDs) in 2016. Because these unique research resources are available globally through the University’s institutional repository ODU Digital Commons, our ETDs have been downloaded more than any other collection in the repository.

References:

http://simmons.libguides.com/Dissertations/Online
http://pqdtopen.proquest.com/
http://mcphs.libguides.com/c.php?g=750628&p=5376018
http://library.stanford.edu/etds
http://library.louisiana.edu/research/find-theses-dissertations
http://libguides.usc.edu/c.php?g=234909&p=1559043
http://library.northeastern.edu/research/resources/theses-and-dissertations
http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/find_dissertations
http://www.odu.edu/library/news/2020/1/dissertations_online
http://oatd.org/

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