Dissertations Databases

Database Name Description
Dissertations and Theses Replacing Dissertation Abstracts, Dissertations and Theses provides many complete dissertations and theses from over one thousand universities. The index begins in 1861. Dissertations published after 1980 and master¬ís theses written after 1987 include author abstracts. Most dissertation and theses added since 1997 are available in full-text format with selected full-text coverage for older (historical) graduate works. Dissertations produced at the University of Texas at Dallas are included in this database.  How to Search This Database
Dissertations and [email protected]Dissertations and Theses @ UTD is a subset of Dissertations and Theses for researching the dissertations and theses produced by the University of Texas at Dallas only. Dissertations and Theses @ UTD provides full text for most dissertations and indexing and abstracts with selected full text for theses. Search options include author, title, keyword, advisor, committee member, school name, and more.

If a title is not available in electronic full text, users will have one of two options to attain access. After locating your title in Dissertations and Theses @ UTD, click on the "Order a copy" link located under the title. If the "Order a copy" option is not provided (as will be the case for any master's theses not available in electronic full text), search the library catalog by the document's title or author. A paper copy and/or microform copy of the document should be available at the library. For more help searching this database, Ask a Librarian for help.

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