UCLA students, faculty, and staff can request non-UCLA dissertations via interlibrary loan.
Center for Research Libraries (CRL) Foreign Dissertations Search the CRL catalog for foreign dissertations already held at the center.
DATAD: Database of African Theses and Dissertations Abstracts and bibliographic information on theses and dissertations held at participating African institutions Dissertations of China A comprehensive database of masters', doctoral, and post-doctoral dissertations from China, this resource contains full-text, abstracts, or other descriptive information on dissertations from key Chinese research institutions from 1986 onward.
Most UCLA dissertations are available for purchase through Pro Quest UMI.
It currently contains more than 250,000 records, with 25,000 open-access theses available for immediate download.
Researchers can request theses not yet available electronically, which will be scanned and made freely available.Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations This international organization promotes the adoption, creation, use, dissemination, and preservation of electronic analogues to traditional paper-based theses and dissertations in order to more effectively share knowledge.British Library ETh OS The British Library's electronic theses online service aims to provide a single point of access to all theses produced by UK higher education.In e [email protected] you can search or browse the dissertations by title, author or date.Click on the title of the dissertation and choose View/Open to get the PDF.A number of master's theses are also indexed, with abstracts since 1988.In addition to the full text of dissertations and theses from UC campuses since 1997, UCLA has access to all full-text dissertations in the database.Some dissertations are openly available to the Cornell community and the general public, while others are stored in e [email protected] and have viewable abstracts, but are otherwise closed to the Cornell community and the general public.Permission to view closed dissertations can be requested from the author, or a print copy may be requested through Cornell Interlibrary Lending.In some cases, results will have the full-text of the dissertation and/or links to purchase the dissertation.Using the Advanced Search option, enter your search terms and limit the Library to "Cornell University Library" and the Content type by "Thesis/dissertation." Some authors have chosen to make their dissertations available in full-text online via the Graduate School's collection in e [email protected], Cornell's online institutional repository.