e-Publications@Marquette is an online repository for Marquette scholarship, including theses, dissertations, and professional projects. Marquette theses written prior to 2009 are being digitized and added to the repository regularly. Theses dating from 1922 to 2009 are restricted to Marquette in most cases.
Theses and Dissertations, and professional projects from the College of Professional Studies, dating from 2009 forward, are openly accessible to the public, except in cases where the student has requested a temporary “embargo” - this means the title is not available to the public at all for a fixed period of time. All embargoed titles include the date on which the embargo expires. Most titles include title, author, and an abstract, as well as the department and degree awarded.
Searches dissertations from foreign universities held at the Center for Research Libraries (in Chicago). No online full-text, but available through Interlibrary Loan.
Be sure to read the introductory information on the site, because there are special search features and because their cataloging is ongoing. Thus all their holdings are not accessible here, though you can use other means to locate uncatalogued material.
Dart Europe E-these Portal from Dart Europe
Searchable database of electronic research theses held in European repositories. The theses linked are open access - publicly available, in full, without charge. The DART-Europe Portal is a partnership between European research libraries and library consortia. Contains 164,254 full-text theses from 282 Universities sourced from 18 European countries.
(1) Sirus ETD Search provides an advanced search that can narrow results to theses and dissertations as well as provide access to related scholarly resources.
(2) VTLS Visualizer provides added functionality for sorting by relevance, title, and date. Faceted searches are available by language, continent, country, date, format and source institution.
Full-text theses in PDF format available for some documents at no charge. As of 2008 there are approximately 300,000 theses and dissertations on microform in Library and Archives Canada's collection; approximately 50,000 are available electronically.