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Finding Dissertation Resources

There is a gamut of information available on the Internet which can be accessed by scholars. In fact the abundance of information causes a lot of confusion in the minds of the scholars. To ensure that the research topic is unique the scholar needs to scan various old dissertations and confirm the same. This information can be got from online libraries, special websites which cater to scholarly information, books and journals.

Some of the special websites are listed below.

ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Database (PQDT)

This website has entries for dissertation work done in the year1637 to very latest dissertations carried out the last semester. It has about 2.7 million entries making it a vast resource for dissertations. This site is useful for both the students and faculty. Copies of dissertations can be got by making a payment.

Dissertation Express

You can use the services of this website, based on title, author’s name or publication.

Dissertation & Theses @ and DATRIX are also websites which contain citations and abstracts of graduates. Students can access information for free on these sites. It is useful for students who don’t have access to libraries.

Also there are special websites attached to Universities and Colleges which cater to dissertation work of those students. For example Virginia Tech library, Indiana University library, Duke University library etc.

There are a number of good books for the dissertation writers. Here are two popular ones: Becker, Howard S. “Writing for Social Scientists: How to Start and Finish Your Thesis, Book or Article.” 1986 and Bolker, Joan “Writing Your Dissertation in Fifteen Minutes a Day: A Guide to Starting, Revising and Finishing Your Doctoral Thesis.” 1998.

There a number of supporting websites for the students writing their dissertations. Some of them are:

http://www.grad.wisc.edu/education/completedegree/mguide.html

This site gives information for graduates writing their theses.

http://www.grad.wisc.edu/education/completedegree/pguide.html

This site provides guidance for graduates writing their dissertations.

Http://www.il.proquest.com/hp/Support/Dservices/copyright/

This website gives information about copyright laws and research.

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