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OU staff and research students can borrow a consultation copy of a thesis (if available), we require 24 hours notice.
To see only print theses click 'In the Walton Hall library' and refine your results to resource type 'Thesis'.
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It’s much easier to cope with a task when there is a specific example of getting the result you need.The authors of these dissertations and theses have opted to publish as open access." --About PDQT Open. More than 480,000 titles included with links to the full text for over 100,000 dissertations.--About ETh OS Search our Articles & Full Text [aka Summon] database for dissertations and theses. Created from a collaboration between EBSCO and Biblio Labs, it uses the standard EBSCO search interface.A subset of Pro Quest Dissertations and Theses Global. You can quickly and easily locate dissertations and theses relevant to your discipline, and view the complete text in PDF format.... Also searchable as part of EBSCO's Open Dissertations database.Of particular use to alumni and the general public: The following three open access dissertation and theses databases are available. Provides open access to over 800,000 dissertations from 26 U. Consists primarily of three resources--mostly full text titles from Ohio Link's open ETD database (mainly 1999 to date); ETh OS: e-theses online service of UK dissertations from the British Library (1800 to date); and citations digitized from UMI's Doctoral Dissertations Accepted by American Universities, 1933-1955.Some titles in these databases are citation only, but many provide free access with links to the full text of the dissertation or thesis cited. (EBSCO is working on extending this coverage from 1955 to date.) PQDT Open. "PQDT Open provides the full text of open access dissertations and theses free of charge.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.Please contact the Library helpdesk giving the author and title of the thesis.The Electronic Theses Online System (ETh OS) offers free access to the full text of UK theses. When you need to access a Ph D thesis from another UK based HE institution you should check ETh OS to either download a thesis which has already been digitised or to request that a UK thesis be supplied to you.