Answered By: Your Library Team Last Updated: Aug 09, 2018 Views: 52
Answered By: Your Library Team
Last Updated: Aug 09, 2018 Views: 52
There are lots of different ways you can get access to a full-text dissertation depending on where you have found it and where it is held.
- The University of Sheffield library holds hard copy full text of some dissertations which are held in Western Bank Library.
- You can search for digital copies of eTheses from the University of Sheffield, University of Leeds & University of York via WREO (White Rose eTheses Online).
- You can use EThOS (British Library Electronic Theses Online) to search all available UK doctoral eTheses.
- DART (Europe eTheses Portal) provides access to many European doctoral theses - many full-text.
- MSc Virtual Dissertation Library contains some full-text MSc dissertations for 2001 onwards
- ProQuest Dissertations & Theses A&I - citations for worldwide dissertations and theses from 1743 to the present. Some open access full text is included
- Often you can only access an abstract - you can request the full text via our Interlibrary Request service if you are a staff of student member of the University.
- If the title is restricted this could be because it is embargoed. You will then not be able to view the documentation.