To the extent possible, the index is limited to records of graduate-level theses that are freely available online."--About page.
Index, abstracts, full-text - comprises 4.6 million detailed records describing dissertations & theses from around the world - comprehensive historic & ongoing coverage for North American works significant international coverage - full-text for 2.1 million graduate works added since 1997 strong retrospective full-text coverage - abstracts available: dissertations 1980- ; master's theses 1988- ; simple bibliographic citations from 1637 24-page dissertation / thesis previews when available.
Index - covers 56,700 dissertations completed or currently in progress at 202 academic history departments in Canada & the United States -- records include author, school, year, dissertation title & advisor for each Ph D awarded -- search using any of these parameters, including keyword search for titles Features overviews of recently defended, unpublished doctoral dissertations in a wide variety of disciplines across the Humanities and Social Sciences.
The site offer readers a glimpse of each discipline's immediate present by focusing on the window of time between dissertation defense and first book publication.
Dissertation Reviews also features reviews of and guides to archives, libraries, databases, and other collections where such dissertation research was conducted, to help scholars improve their ability to undertake current and future research.
Theses and Dissertations - Over 12,000 records, updated periodically through the academic year - Includes records for completed dissertations and new dissertation topics in the fields of musicology, music theory, and ethnomusicology, as well as in related musical, scientific, and humanistic disciplines.Theses are accessible using the Library's catalogue and are shelved with the general book collection under the call number LE3. Many library resources and services require unique usernames and passwords.The RULA Digital Repository contains the most complete collection of these documents, online, and searchable from the website and via search engines like Google.Older documents may also be found in the RULA catalogue.Call 509-313-5931, or chat with us from our library homepage or text message at 509-730-5979.To access full-text databases or other resources such as Films on Demand or Anatomy Flashcards, select the database from the Databases List or from a link on a Research Guide.Our citation management software, Ref Works, requires a unique logon that you create when you register.The username and password can be anything you select.A lot of this may be familiar from MUS 511, MUS 528, or MUS 533, but the information here can be a good reminder.***The information provided here about graduation/dissertation requirements is intended as a guideline only.