EthOS is an open-access, single-point repository of theses produced by UK higher education institutions, accessible from anywhere in the world. Find out more on how to access over , doctoral theses by visiting the EThOS website. This is a collection of book chapters, journal articles, reports, artworks, PhD and MPhil theses, conference papers, and many other items. NDLTD is an open-access database which holds electronic theses and dissertation, either submitted electronically by the authors or digitised from printed theses and dissertations. PQDT Open provides the full text of open access dissertations and theses free of charge. The authors of these dissertations and theses have opted to publish as open access.
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In , the Graduate School at Stony Brook University formally instituted electronic submission for theses and dissertations. A small percentage of works in electronic format were submitted as early as Stony Brook University Libraries facilitate access to theses and dissertations in print and in electronic format. Metadata information about the theses comes from over colleges, universities, and research institutions. OATD currently indexes 2,, theses and dissertations.
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The Library of Congress holds an extensive collection of U. Most of these dissertations do not have records in the Library of Congress's Online Catalog , however, and none are freely available online through the Library. Resources through which researchers can access the Library's collection of dissertations are discussed below. The Library's subscription was established in , when UMI began microfilming dissertations for archival purposes. Although initially not all universities participated in this archival project by sending their dissertations to UMI for microfilming the University of Chicago did not participate until , today all major universities submit electronic dissertations to UMI; as a result, the program is very comprehensive.