Subscription databases China Doctoral Dissertations Full-text Database CDFD Gives access to full-text doctoral dissertations from a selection of major universities in China published between and The library has access to social sciences, economics and management sections of the database. A collection of works from around the world, spanning from to the present day and offering full text for graduate works added since , along wtih some works written prior to The full-text of theses may be downloaded by following the link to the institutional repository where the thesis is held. A partnership of research libraries and library consortia working together to improve global access to European research theses. Theses and Dissertations Online TDX is a digital cooperative repository of doctoral theses presented at some Spanish universities. The consultation of theses.
Dissertations & Theses: Finding Theses & Dissertations
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Important changes to our services. Find out more. Thesis and dissertation are terms used to describe a longer piece of written work, usually done as part of a university degree. In the UK, the term dissertation generally refers to an extended piece of work for an undergraduate or taught Masters degree, while thesis describes the written part of the submission for a research degree at Masters or PhD level. However, they are reversed in the US, where dissertation is usually used to describe a piece of extended writing for a PhD. You will see references to both theses and dissertations in the resources in this guide.
The inclusion of the theses is compulsory since due to a change in Spanish legislation article Before that inclusion was voluntary. According to Spanish legislation, thesis must be published in digital format in an institutional repository.
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