What's Your Question?

10 Great News and Entertainment Websites

Let us not forget that Yahoo! predates Google. And while it might not be much of a search engine anymore, it’s still a great place for curated news. You’ll find the latest news from ABC, CNN, Fox and other media networks.

Talking of curation, who better to do it than other web users with the same interests as you? The self-styled “front page of the internet” generates many billions of page views every year. So it’s a great place to catch up with the latest news in your personal areas of interest, as well as to comment and argue with others.

Drudge Report

This one’s a bit of a blast from the past. It’s another news aggregator, in this case primarily focused on politics. For that reason, it’s highly influential in Washington, D.C. However, it also links to articles from around the world, so you’ll find the latest news from News24, say, alongside the New York latest news.

YouTube needs no intro. It’s probably the number one entertainment site in America. Much of the content is of course user-created. But it’s also a great place to catch up on the latest headlines from ABC News and other media behemoths.

Another household name (for better or worse), Facebook’s foray into socializing news media has been controversial to say the least. Disinfo, propaganda and clickbait aside, however, Facebook is a useful site to gauge the mood of the nation on issues.

For the latest news in entertainment, NYC-based Gawker is among the most popular sites. It can be relied on for celebrity gossip. But it also runs articles on fashion trends and health.

TMZ stands for “Thirty-Mile Zone,” a nickname for Hollywood’s studio zone — the stomping ground of this high-profile blog. If you’re interested in celebrity news and gossip, this jam-packed website may well leave you feeling sick of it.

Perez Hilton

This isn’t just any old gossip site; it’s the quintessential gossip site. It’s tacky, sensationalist and unashamedly low-brow. But that’s exactly what its millions of readers love about it.

The ‘E’ stands for entertainment and the latest news all about it. Expect to find breaking stories about celebrities, insider scoops on new movies and coverage of live events like the Oscars.

Not interested in celebrity gossip, but want to know about upcoming new releases? HitFix does away with the usual scandal and rumor in favor of stories on new movies, music and TV. It also provides coverage of events such as Comic-Con.


theses and dissertations website

About Us arrow_drop_down expand_more

Our Values arrow_drop_down expand_more

Product Families arrow_drop_down expand_more

theses and dissertations website

Content Solutions expand_more

Products by Subject expand_more

What's New expand_more

Proquest one academic.

Library Management expand_more

Discovery services expand_more, resource sharing expand_more, course resource lists expand_more, research management expand_more, mobile solutions expand_more.

Libraries We Serve expand_more

Solutions For expand_more

Account Support expand_more

Tools & Resources expand_more

Browse Collections by Subject expand_more

I want to expand_more.

I’m Interested In expand_more

Insights expand_more

How text and data mining enables digital literacy in the classroom.

Read about the University of Sydney’s journey to integrate text and data mining (TDM) into its undergraduate courses and incorporate it across disciplines

Meeting Your Needs expand_more

Products & Services expand_more

Etd dissemination.

Resources expand_more

Dissertations News expand_more

Are you a researcher looking for scholarly content? Try searching our platform here...

Language preference

Do you want set this as your default language ?

Connect with ProQuest

Proquest dissertations & theses global, contact sales.

Privacy Policy

Uncover the Undiscovered

The ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global (PQDT) ™ database is the world's most comprehensive curated collection of multi-disciplinary dissertations and theses from around the world, offering over 5 million citations and 3 million full-text works from thousands of universities.

Within dissertations and theses is a wealth of scholarship, yet it is often overlooked because most go unpublished. Uncover new ideas and innovations with more confidence and efficiency. ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global delivers a focused path for researchers by tapping into a global network of connected research.

Dissertation references can be a treasure trove for obscure topics, here students discover shorter works like articles.

Scott Dennis, Librarian Core Electronic Resources, University of Michigan

Connecting Global Scholarship

Disseminating since 1939

Disseminating since 1939

Disseminating graduate works since 1939, and is the largest editorially curated repository of dissertations and theses.

5+ million works

5+ million works

A multi-disciplinary collection of over 5 million citations and 3 million full text works.

250,000 Annually

250,000 Annually

The database increases in size by 250,000 works each year and is designated as the official dissertation repository by the United States Library of Congress.

4M Researchers

4M Researchers

ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global is used by over 4 million researchers at 3,100+ institutions around the world.

Customer Resources

Several webinar times available. Providing a product demo and an overview of new features.

Find database content updates, popular training, troubleshooting and how-to resources

Find training and informational resources

Order a dissertation title

Use premade graphics, social media posts, posters, news releases and learning content to inform students, researchers, and faculty of the tools available in your subscription

Short Description

ProQuest Dissertations & Theses (PQDT) Global provides visibility of cutting-edge research from the world’s premier universities.

DISCOVER unique scholarship

UNCOVER the value of dissertations

ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global home page

FOCUS your research path

Citation Connections are the next step in the evolution of the ProQuest Platform, moving the recommender functionality beyond standard keyword lists towards technology that leverages citation data, bibliometrics, and knowledge graph technology. Focus your research path by finding the most relevant and influential works faster.

Success Story

Progressing STEM Studies with a Critical Primary Research Source

Progressing STEM Studies with a Critical Primary Research Source

Author, Technologist, and Doctoral Student, Ida Joiner shares her story on leveraging dissertations to engage with current trends, cite a comprehensive foundation and build towards her own research goals.

 Avoiding Bias by Starting at the Source

Avoiding Bias by Starting at the Source

Dr. Terri D. Pigott, Ph.D., of the School of Public Health at the College of Education, Georgia State University, on Avoiding Bias by Starting at the Source.


Professor Terri Pigott Ph.D. discusses the expectations she presents to her students on meta-analysis and unbiased research requirements and how the use of ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global helps to ensure that comprehensive data sets are included in new research outputs.

Using Dissertations as a Primary Source

Student researcher and published author Ida Joiner discusses how she uses ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global as a core resource that helps her to build towards her own research goals.

Improving Diversity in Curriculum by Uncovering Unheard Voices

Improving Diversity in Curriculum by Uncovering Unheard Voices

Psychology Professors and Research Scientists come together to build a course and write a supplemental text for Psychology curriculum emphasizing the dissertations by women of color prior to 1980, filling research gaps in the early history of psychology.

The Erasure of Drag Contribution in Performance History

The Erasure of Drag Contribution in Performance History

Dr. Lady J, Ph.D., documents the historical impact, influence, contributions that drag performers have made to politics, music, film, fashion, and popular culture in her dissertation. Her goal is to document and make this history available for broad educational outreach.

Text and Data Mining Projects

ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global is one of the most requested data-sets for text and data mining because of its broad historic to present-day coverage and deep and comprehensive data results found in the full-text records.  TDM Studio can be used alongside PQDT to easily and efficiently extract data and analyze it. See the list below for articles and projects published by scholars who used ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global data:

hands typing on a laptop, purple icons  and gradient overlay

Trends in the Evolution of Research and Doctoral Education

Bruce A. Weinberg, Ph.D., Professor of Economics and Public Affairs from The Ohio State University shares how text and data mining of ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global allows researchers to understand doctoral career trajectory patterns.

Improving Graduate Student Outcomes

Improving Graduate Student Outcomes

Dr. Jearl (Ken) Helvey, Assistant Professor of Education – Doctoral Program at Texas Wesleyan University on how incorporating dissertations into the curriculum improved the doctoral student success at Texas Wesleyan University.

Related Products

TDM Studio

Empower researchers to uncover new connections and make new discoveries using TDM Studio, a new solution for text and data mining (TDM). From the initial idea to the final output, TDM Studio puts the power of text and data mining directly in the researcher’s hands.

ProQuest One Academic

ProQuest One Academic brings together four core multi-disciplinary products, allowing access to the world’s largest curated collection of journals, ebooks, dissertations, news and video.

ETD Dissemination

Including dissertations and theses in ProQuest means amplifying your research by making it available in a unified repository


Clinical Decisions Users

EBSCO Open Dissertations

EBSCO Open Dissertations makes electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) more accessible to researchers worldwide. The free portal is designed to benefit universities and their students and make ETDs more discoverable. 

Increasing Discovery & Usage of ETD Research

EBSCO Open Dissertations is a collaboration between EBSCO and BiblioLabs to increase traffic and discoverability of ETD research. You can join the movement and add your theses and dissertations to the database, making them freely available to researchers everywhere while increasing traffic to your institutional repository. 

EBSCO Open Dissertations extends the work started in 2014, when EBSCO and the H.W. Wilson Foundation created American Doctoral Dissertations which contained indexing from the H.W. Wilson print publication, Doctoral Dissertations Accepted by American Universities, 1933-1955. In 2015, the H.W. Wilson Foundation agreed to support the expansion of the scope of the American Doctoral Dissertations database to include records for dissertations and theses from 1955 to the present.

How Does EBSCO Open Dissertations Work?

Your ETD metadata is harvested via OAI and integrated into EBSCO’s platform, where pointers send traffic to your IR.

EBSCO integrates this data into their current subscriber environments and makes the data available on the open web via .

You might also be interested in:

theses and dissertations website

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Here are instructions for enabling JavaScript in your web browser .

Wallace Building Under Construction

The library’s circulating books, journals, and many of its services are now located in the Ritter Ice Arena. More information

This page lists databases and web sites that graduate students need to search to make sure that no one else has already written on their selected thesis/dissertation topic.

Why search this literature?

It is crucial for graduate students to search the thesis and dissertation literature to make sure that an idea or hypothesis has not already been tested, explored, and published.  An additional reason to search this literature is that it is rich with ideas and information not found elsewhere.  If graduate students do not continue on as academics or if students that came after them in their programs did not continue their research, this literature may be the end of the line for scholarship on a topic.

ProQuest has published dissertation e-learning modules covering the usefulness of using dissertations as a research source.  See link below:

Library Databases

All graduate students should, at minimum, search the ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global database (PQDT) to see if the research they are proposing to do has already been done by a student at another institution/university.  RIT dissertations and theses have been included in PQDT since approximately 2006.

ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global

Each month ProQuest updates this list of the top 25 Most-Accessed Dissertations and Theses across all subjects, based upon total PDF downloads. Find out what is trending.

RIT Scholar Works

The web sites below should also be consulted as appropriate to perform a full and thorough review of the dissertation and thesis literature beyond your introductory search of ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global.  Consider whether a particular country or part of the world would have an interest in your potential research topic.

Only large-scale repositories of dissertations and theses are included here. You may also need to search individual university repositories directly.

Edit this Guide

Log into Dashboard

Use of RIT resources is reserved for current RIT students, faculty and staff for academic and teaching purposes only. Please contact your librarian with any questions.

Facebook icon

Help is Available

theses and dissertations website

Email a Librarian

A librarian is available by e-mail at [email protected]

Meet with a Librarian

Call reference desk voicemail.

A librarian is available by phone at (585) 475-2563 or on Skype at llll

Or, call (585) 475-2563 to leave a voicemail with the reference desk during normal business hours .

Chat with a Librarian

Theses and dissertations databases and websites infoguide url.

Use the box below to email yourself a link to this guide

Simmons University logo

Finding Dissertations & Theses: Online Dissertations & Theses

United States

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

For use in labelling Open Access databases.  35 square pixels


Use the links below to locate international dissertations and theses in open access collections.

More Dissertations & Theses on the Web

More colleges and universities such as the University of Minnesota are setting up digital repositories to make theses and dissertations freely available on the Internet. Try searching for keywords , author , title , or academic institution in Google Scholar , to check for full-text availability.

How to find resources by format

Why use a dissertation or a thesis.

A dissertation is the final large research paper, based on original research, for many disciplines to be able to complete a PhD degree. The thesis is the same idea but for a masters degree.

They are often considered scholarly sources since they are closely supervised by a committee, are directed at an academic audience, are extensively researched, follow research methodology, and are cited in other scholarly work. Often the research is newer or answering questions that are more recent, and can help push scholarship in new directions. 

Search for dissertations and theses

Locating dissertations and theses.

The Proquest Dissertations and Theses Global database includes doctoral dissertations and selected masters theses from major universities worldwide.

NDLTD – Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations provides free online access to a over a million theses and dissertations from all over the world.

WorldCat Dissertations and Theses searches library catalogs from across the U.S. and worldwide.

Locating University of Minnesota Dissertations and Theses

Use  Libraries search  and search by title or author and add the word "thesis" in the search box. Write down the library and call number and find it on the shelf. They can be checked out.

Check the  University Digital Conservancy  for online access to dissertations and theses from 2007 to present as well as historic, scanned theses from 1887-1923.

Other Sources for Dissertations and Theses

University of Minnesota Dissertations and Theses FAQs

What dissertations and theses are available.

With minor exceptions, all doctoral dissertations and all "Plan A" master's theses accepted by the University of Minnesota are available in the University Libraries system. In some cases (see below) only a non-circulating copy in University Archives exists, but for doctoral dissertations from 1940 to date, and for master's theses from 1925 to date, a circulating copy should almost always be available.

"Plan B" papers, accepted in the place of a thesis in many master's degree programs, are not received by the University Libraries and are generally not available. (The only real exceptions are a number of old library school Plan B papers on publishing history, which have been separately cataloged.) In a few cases individual departments may have maintained files of such papers.

In what libraries are U of M dissertations and theses located?

Circulating copies of doctoral dissertations:.

Circulating copies of master's theses:

Archival copies (non-circulating)

Archival (non-circulating) copies of virtually all U of M doctoral dissertations from 1888-1952, and of U of M master's theses from all years up to the present, are maintained by University Archives (located in the Elmer L. Andersen Library). These copies must be consulted on the premises, and it is highly recommended for the present that users make an appointment in advance to ensure that the desired works can be retrieved for them from storage. For dissertations accepted prior to 1940 and for master's theses accepted prior to 1925, University Archives is generally the only option (e.g., there usually will be no circulating copy). Archival copies of U of M doctoral dissertations from 1953 to the present are maintained by Bell and Howell Corporation (formerly University Microfilms Inc.), which produces print or filmed copies from our originals upon request. (There are a very few post-1952 U of M dissertations not available from Bell and Howell; these include such things as music manuscripts and works with color illustrations or extremely large pages that will not photocopy well; in these few cases, our archival copy is retained in University Archives.)

Where is a specific dissertation of thesis located?

To locate a specific dissertation or thesis it is necessary to have its call number. Use Libraries Search for the author or title of the item, just as you would for any other book. Depending on date of acceptance and cataloging, a typical call number for such materials should look something like one of the following:

Dissertations: Plan"A" Theses MnU-D or 378.7M66 MnU-M or 378.7M66 78-342 ODR7617 83-67 OL6156 Libraries Search will also tell the library location (MLAC, Health Science Library, Magrath or another St. Paul campus library, Science and Engineering, Business Reference, Wilson Annex or Wilson Library). Those doctoral dissertations still in Wilson Library (which in all cases should be 1980 or later and will have "MnU-D" numbers) are located in the central section of the third floor. Those master's theses in Wilson (which in all cases will be 1997 or later and will have "MnU-M" numbers) are also located in the central section of the third floor. Both dissertations and theses circulate and can be checked out, like any other books, at the Wilson Circulation desk on the first floor.

How can dissertations and theses accepted by a specific department be located?

Wilson Library contains a series of bound and loose-leaf notebooks, arranged by department and within each department by date, listing dissertations and theses. Information given for each entry includes name of author, title, and date (but not call number, which must be looked up individually). These notebooks are no longer current, but they do cover listings by department from the nineteenth century up to approximately 1992. Many pre-1940 U of M dissertations and pre-1925 U of M master's theses are not cataloged (and exist only as archival copies). Such dissertations can be identified only with these volumes. The books and notebooks are shelved in the general collection under these call numbers: Wilson Ref LD3337 .A5 and Wilson Ref quarto LD3337 .U9x. Major departments of individual degree candidates are also listed under their names in the GRADUATE SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT programs of the U of M, available in University Archives and (for recent years) also in Wilson stacks (LD3361 .U55x).


Finding Theses and Dissertations

International Theses: Search Tools

Proquest dissertations and theses.

A comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses from around the world from 1861-present. Full text  since 1997. Abstracts  since 1980 for doctoral dissertations and 1988 for masters' theses. Citations  since 1861.

Center for Research Libraries

CRL holds more than 800,000 doctoral dissertations outside of the U.S. and Canada. Search dissertations in the dissertations section of the CRL catalogue. Digitized dissertations can be searched in the catalogue's e-resources section.

Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations

A collection of more than 800,000 international full text theses and dissertations.

Google Scholar

Try searching Google Scholar for theses posted on institutional digital repositories or on personal web pages.


A web search engine devoted to Science and Technology.

Search for dissertations, theses and published material based on theses catalogued in WorldCat by OCLC member libraries worldwide. In Advanced Search, you can search by author, title, subject, year, and keyword. Under Subtype Limits, select Theses/Dissertation from the Any Content menu

International Theses: By Country

Österreichische Dissertationsdatenbank

The Austrian dissertation database contains the bibliographical data of dissertations approved in Austria from 1990 on, and in most cases the relevant abstracts. (This website is hosted by the National Library of Austria).

National Library of Australia’s Trove Service

Search for full text digital theses from Australian universities.  On the Advanced search screen under Format, select Thesis.

DART-Europe :  Access to full text theses and dissertations from many countries in Europe.

Europeana : Additional electronic dissertations from other European libraries.

Système universitaire de documentation  (Sudoc): Provides access to records and some electronic theses and dissertations published at French research institutions.

Fichier central des thèses

DissOnline provides information on the subject of electronic university publications. It can be used to find out directly all about online dissertations and post-doctoral theses. Sample documents can be downloaded to provide help in the creation of electronic university publications. For more information about the portal, please go to  German National Library  website  (DNB) .


TESIUNAM: Tesis del Sistema Bibliotecario de la Unam

(Theses from the National University of Mexico / Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México). To search for electronic theses, click on “tesis electrónicas (REDUNAM).”

Middle East

The Center for Research Libraries and the British Library have made available online 400 UK doctoral theses focusing on the Middle East, Islamic studies, and related subjects.  More information .

The Netherlands

Some Dutch e-theses are available through NARCIS.

South America 

For more university/national library catalogues, search for the word University/Universidad and the country (Argentina, Peru, etc.) in Google. Find the link to the library ( biblioteca ) and search the catalogue for theses ( tesis ). You may need to click on the advanced search function ( búsqueda guíada  or  búsqueda avanzada ) and select tesis as a format or type. ​

There are several portals/catalogues in Spain for theses and dissertations. Here are some examples listed on Spain’s  National Library  website:

Spain’s Ministry of Education thesis database (TESEO)

Biblioteca Virtual del Español (on the Biblioteca Virtual, Miguel de Cervantes website)

Universidad Complutense de Madrid’s catalogue

TDX (Tesis Doctorals en Xarxa)

This is a cooperative repository of digital theses from the University of Cataluña and other autonomous communities (such as Murcia, Cantabria, Barcelona, and Oviedo)


For print and electronic dissertations, please consult the  Swiss National Library  website.

EThOS : Access to doctoral dissertations (paper and electronic) from UK institutions of higher education.

theses and dissertations website


Global Search Box

OhioLINK Logo

Electronic Theses & Dissertations Center

Powered by ohiolink, ohio department of higher education, state government links, education links.

10 Best Dissertation Databases. Find Thesis or Dissertation

theses and dissertations website

Get a dissertation sample from the institutions around the globe. The search tool gives you the choice of checking the worldwide libraries and UCLA libraries.

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. You can explore some of the narrow topics with the help of this resource as there is a massive collection of dissertations and theses to discover.

These four letters stand for “Open Access Theses and Dissertations”. Sounds great, doesn’t it? The resource can boast to have more than 3 million works for you to enjoy. You can use the search tool to find the paper you need with the appropriate keywords.

Here you’ll find an impressive collection of academic papers. 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.

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.

The resource grants access to 5 million academic works. There is a high chance you’ll find something you need here.

It’s a British Library’s collection of the masterpieces of the UK higher education. Treat yourself with over 400,000 doctoral theses. You can download the one you need or order a scanned copy.

This is the collection of all Cambridge theses since 1970. A tremendous variety to find a source for your paper even if there is a shortage of information elsewhere.

Ph.D. theses from the London School of Economics. The best part is that you get to read the full texts.

An easy-to-use database from the University of Oxford. You can search by subject or type of work which is very helpful.

The vast digital catalogue of Princeton University Library gives you access to a variety of different dissertations and theses that you can make use of anytime you want. All you need to do is filter through their databases to find what you are looking for.

Take a look at the impressive libguides provided by California State University Long Beach. This resource gives you an opportunity to search through their databases for free and by specifying the exact subject you need information on.

The electronic catalogue of Cornell University Library has numerous dissertations and theses which you can freely access in the process of doing your research. What is vital to highlight is that the catalogue includes both Cornell and Non-Cornell theses.

The Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations is another great free resource that provides access to well-written dissertations and theses from all over the world. You will find over a million of useful materials on this platform.

Remember about plagiarism . If you come across a nice thought you’d like to use in your paper, make sure you give its author a credit. Also, check if all the references you make are listed in your bibliography page. These papers have open access and everyone can use them as a source of information and inspiration. But you should value the hard work of others and mention them in your dissertation.

Our Unique Features


  1. Theses

    theses and dissertations website

  2. DePaul University Theses and Dissertations

    theses and dissertations website

  3. Digital Initiatives and Scholarly Communication (DISC) :: University Libraries

    theses and dissertations website

  4. Dissertation Writing Service From Experts

    theses and dissertations website

  5. 😍 Theses and dissertations. Theses and Dissertations

    theses and dissertations website

  6. Finding Theses & Dissertations

    theses and dissertations website



  2. The Thesis

  3. How To Write The Perfect Academic Paragraph

  4. What makes a thesis EXCELLENT?

  5. How to Find a Thesis Topic

  6. My Dissertation Topic Revealed


  1. What Are the Best Online Educational Websites?

    Thanks to the wonders of modern technology, getting an education in the 21st century can be accomplished in more ways than one. At the college level, in particular, you can learn from your own home instead of attending classes in person.

  2. What Are the Best Free Online Education Websites?

    Education doesn’t have to stop just because you’re an adult. You can continue to learn about the world you, increase your knowledge and grow as a human being. Education is out there for the taking, from courses that benefit your career to k...

  3. 10 Great News and Entertainment Websites

    Looking for somewhere to waste time? The web is full of diverse procrastination stations, but many of us find ourselves drawn to news and entertainment sites. Here are some of the most popular.

  4. OATD aims to be the best possible resource for finding open access graduate theses and dissertations published around the world.

  5. Dissertations

    ProQuest Dissertation & Theses Global is the world's most comprehensive curated collection of multi-disciplinary dissertations and theses from around the world.

  6. ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global

    The ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global (PQDT) ™ database is the world's most comprehensive curated collection of multi-disciplinary dissertations and

  7. EBSCO Open Dissertations

    EBSCO Open Dissertations makes electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) more accessible to researchers worldwide. The free portal is designed to benefit

  8. Thesis Commons

    This website relies on cookies to help provide a better user experience.

  9. Theses and Dissertations Databases and Websites: Home

    Websites · DART-Europe E-theses Portal · Ebsco Open Dissertations · EThOS (from the British Library) · Indian Institute of Science · Indian Theses

  10. Online Dissertations & Theses

    United States · EBSCO Open Dissertations From EBSCO, this site provides free detailed records for more than 1.2 million electronic theses and

  11. Dissertations and theses

    Other Sources for Dissertations and Theses · Center for Research Libraries · DART-Europe E-Thesis Portal · Theses Canada · Ethos (Great Britain)

  12. International Theses

    International Theses: Search Tools · ProQuest Dissertations and Theses · Center for Research Libraries · Networked Digital Library of Theses and

  13. OhioLINK Electronic Theses & Dissertations (ETD) Center

    Electronic Thesis or Dissertation. Cleveland State University, 2022.

  14. 10 Best Dissertation Databases. Find Thesis or Dissertation

    10 Best Dissertation Databases. Find Thesis or Dissertation · Melvyl. Get a dissertation sample from the institutions around the globe. · ProQuest.