The University of Houston Libraries collect and make publicly available all electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) produced in UH graduate and PhD programs through the UH institutional repository.
To submit an Electronic Thesis and Dissertation (ETD), visit the Faculty of Graduate Studies' How to Submit page. Please contact the Faculty of Graduate Studies directly with any questions regarding ETDs. Collections in this community.
Search BYU Master's Theses on Mormonism Collection. Other ETD Resources. Search an International Collection of ETDs (NDLTD) Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD) Dissertation.com; Virginia Tech Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Initiative; View ETD Statistics. Collection Usage Statistics.
Electronic Theses and Dissertations This community houses work produced by South Dakota State University graduate students. The collection includes both born digital ETDs, and digitized versions of printed theses and dissertations from 1883 to 2012.
On January 1, 1997, Virginia Tech was the first university to require electronic submission of theses and dissertations (ETDs). Ever since then, Virginia Tech graduate students have been able to prepare, submit, review, and publish their theses and dissertations online and to append digital media such as images, data, audio, and video.
Electronic Theses and Dissertations All ODU theses and dissertations since Fall 2016 are available in this collection. Backfiles to 1976 of dissertations (and some theses) have also been added. To browse dissertations and theses by academic department or program, please go to the Research by College, Department, Center page.
Electronic copies of all UCSC theses and dissertations will be routed to the University Library. The Library will preserve and make accessible to the public all theses and dissertations in accordance with Library policies and best practices.
The ETD (Electronic Theses and Dissertations) collection contains records of theses and dissertations submitted electronically between 2004 and 2019. Graduate students began submitting ETDs during the Spring semester of 2004. Electronic submission was optional until the Fall semester of 2004. If your thesis or dissertation is one of the print-only works completed prior to 2004, you can help us.
For information on how to submit your thesis to this collection, please go to our ETD website on the UVic Libraries Website. Access to the full text of some theses may be restricted at the request of the author. All theses from 2011 to the present are in this collection, as well as some from 2010 and earlier years.
The works in this student research collection have been approved by the Graduate Faculty of Georgia Southern University as partial fulfillment of the requirements for Master's and Doctorate degrees conferred by the University. The Theses and Dissertations are indexed by subject area. The works are also available in the following collections: All Electronic Theses and Dissertations (1964.
Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) at Pitt are one of the final steps in the graduate student experience. However, the ETD process begins early and involves learning new skills and gaining knowledge, both about your research topics as well as about the process of creating and publishing a document. This website is broken into steps to help you along the way. When you start the thesis.
Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD) Access a large collection of theses and dissertations. The NDLTD is an international organization dedicated to promoting the adoption, creation, use, dissemination and preservation of electronic theses and dissertations. CRL Center for Research Libraries Foreign Doctoral Dissertations.
Rhodes University: Electronic Theses Collection - Browse digital dissertations and theses from Rhodes University between 1998 and 2003. Search by department, author, title, year of graduation, or library catalogue number. Theses Canada Portal - Find bibliographic records and full-text electronic versions of Canadian dissertations and theses.Electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) are the graduate research outputs of Texas Tech University. They represent years of work from our Master's and Doctoral graduates. If you find the ThinkTech digital repository useful, please tell us! Share how open access to scholarship benefits you.UCSB electronic theses and dissertations In partnership with the Graduate Division, the UC Santa Barbara Library is making available theses and dissertations produced by UCSB students. Currently included in ADRL are theses and dissertations that were originally filed electronically, starting in 2011.