You can locate dissertations and theses relevant to your discipline, and view the complete text in PDF format.
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The authors of these dissertations and theses have opted to publish as open access." --About PDQT Open. More than 480,000 titles included with links to the full text for over 100,000 dissertations.
--About ETh OS Search our Articles & Full Text [aka Summon] database for dissertations and theses.
It’s a British Library’s collection of the masterpieces of the UK higher education. You can download the one you need or order a scanned copy. The best part is that you get to read the full texts.
This is the collection of all Cambridge theses since 1970. An easy-to-use database from the University of Oxford.Search through almost 4 million papers to find the one that will inspire you.Here you’ll find the papers not only from the North America but the ones around the globe.The site’s navigation is very convenient and allows you to narrow down your search and save time.You can filter the results by language, topic, author, etc.(CSULB theses and dissertations from the last six months may not be available yet.The PQDT Open database provides full text of open access dissertations and theses free of charge.You can find the paper you need using keywords, author’s name, subject area, university, etc.The advanced search gives you additional options of ranking the results by dates or relevance.Of particular use to alumni and the general public: The following three open access dissertation and theses databases are available. Provides open access to over 800,000 dissertations from 26 U. Consists primarily of three resources--mostly full text titles from Ohio Link's open ETD database (mainly 1999 to date); ETh OS: e-theses online service of UK dissertations from the British Library (1800 to date); and citations digitized from UMI's Doctoral Dissertations Accepted by American Universities, 1933-1955.Some titles in these databases are citation only, but many provide free access with links to the full text of the dissertation or thesis cited. (EBSCO is working on extending this coverage from 1955 to date.) PQDT Open. "PQDT Open provides the full text of open access dissertations and theses free of charge.