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Theses and Dissertations are very valuable resources for scholarly researchers. Even if the thesis or dissertation does not exactly match your topic, it could prove very useful in furthering your research efforts.
Consider, the key to doing research is to "Use Sources to Find Sources". Theses and Dissertations make excellent sources of information for finding more excellent sources of information.
Usually, the bibliography of a thesis or dissertation is extensive and will most often contain the better scholarly sources as well as primary sources. As a scholarly researcher, you will want to identify theses and dissertations even if they only vaguely make mention of your topic. Scan the bibliographies for potential sources of information that will give you more detailed information related to your topic.
Coverage includes more than 153,000 theses and dissertations from 1902 to the present as well as links to access the full text, when available, via the Institutional Repositories where the theses or dissertations are housed.
ePlace is a digital collection of research and writing produced by the faculty, staff, and students of Asbury Theological Seminary. Managed by the B.L. Fisher Library, ePlace is designed to promote the open access of material from the Wesleyan and Holiness traditions to be shared with a global audience. It also serves as a place to preserve rare and difficult to locate material and encourage academic research and ongoing dialog between scholars in the field..
Digital Collections @ Dordt preserves and promotes the scholarly and creative efforts of the Dordt College community. Sharing knowledge with a broader audience is an important goal of Digital Collections @ Dordt. This collection is part of the Digital Commons Network™
Overviews of recently defended, unpublished doctoral dissertations in a wide variety of disciplines across the Humanities and Social Sciences focusing on the window of time between dissertation defense and first book publication.
Each review provides a summary of the author’s main arguments, the historiographic genealogy in which the author operates, and the main source bases for his or her research. The reviews are also anticipatory, making educated assessments of how the research will advance or challenge our understanding of major issues in the field when it is revised and published in the future.
Electronic Theses & Dissertations CenterThe ETD Center is freely accessible worldwide to anyone interested in the theses and dissertations published in Ohio. It contains the abstract for all included theses and dissertations. The full-text is also available if it was submitted. ETD is an online database of Ohio's undergraduate, masters and doctoral theses and dissertations from participating OhioLINK member schools.
A national aggregated record of all doctoral theses awarded by UK Higher Education institutions with free access to the full text of as many theses as possible for use by all researchers to further their own research.
RIM®) indexes and abstracts projects and theses from over 100 Doctor of Ministry (DMin), Doctor of Missiology (DMiss) and Doctor of Educational Ministry (DEdMin) programs accredited by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS). It is a searchable database with entries for authors, titles, thesis/project advisors, schools, and ATLA subject headings. Abstracts can be searched by keyword. Links have also been added to records for schools that also participate in the Theological Research Exchange Network (TREN).
Provides free access to as many Canadian electronic theses and dissertations as possible and also provides access to non-digital theses in the collection of Library and Archives Canada via interlibrary loan or sale.
All dissertations, theses and published material based on theses cataloged by OCLC members, including all subjects. Over 8 million records in the database. Dates of coverage include all cataloged dissertations, theses and published material to the present. Updated daily.