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Where to Find them?

Dissertations & Theses @ Marywood University: Marywood's graduate research in the form of published dissertations and theses

Dissertations & Theses A&I (ProQuest) provides access to 2.3 million index and abstract records for U.S. and some international dissertations and masters theses. If published after 1997 in electronic PDF format, a 24-page preview of the document is included in the database.

American Doctoral Dissertations, 1933-1955 Users can search a digitized index of nearly 100,000 dissertations by title, author and school, from an important twenty-two-year time period in American history.


How to Get the Full-text of the Dissertations?

Full-text of the published dissertations by Marywood's graduate research is available in Dissertations & Theses @ Marywood University.

For the full-text of the dissertations found in Dissertations & Theses A&I (ProQuest), you will need to get it from another library. Usually, dissertations are available only at the institution that granted the author's degree. Use the WorldCat to track down a title carried by a library and request it from the publishing institution.


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WorldCat searches a worldwide database.  Track down titles that exist in the world and request them from the publishing institutions.


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