You may also want to consult these sites to search for other theses:
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- On the Library homepage click on Publications.
- Click on the button Dissertations & Theses.
- Click on the database link you want to search. You can search in the Walden dissertations database, or the global dissertations database. You may be prompted to log in with your myWalden email and password.
- In the first search box, enter a topic. For example:
You can find dissertations on a topic by using the ProQuest Dissertations database and doing a keyword search.
All theses and dissertations beginning in the spring of 2007 are submitted electronically and are published through the UAB libraries’ digital collections.
An Electronic Thesis or Dissertation (ETD) is the same as its paper counterpart in content and organization and meets the formatting requirements described in the Format Manual for Theses and Dissertations.
All Northwestern University doctoral dissertations and selected masters theses are listed in NUsearch. The easiest way to search for them is by author or by title, if known.
To search for theses or dissertations from a specific academic department or by topic, do a keyword search in NUsearch by typing “nu dissertation” and the name of the department in which the dissertation was completed, as shown below.
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)
Dissertations: also known as: doctoral theses, PHD theses
Most older theses are published in print version:
For help identifying and locating dissertations and theses completed at universities other than Rutgers, see the Dissertations and Theses guide.
Full text of U.S. and foreign dissertations since 1997, with indexing for earlier years
The Library can offer a wealth of resources, both in print and online to support your dissertation research. But, if you do not know how to search for these effectively you may be missing out on key materials.
The key points to remember are: