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HON 101: Thesis Proposal Seminar - Ashooh (2017/2018)

Books Beyond Bailey/Howe Library

Enrich your research by searching for books (not journal articles!) beyond the UVM Libraries.

Request the book/s (not owned by UVM Libraries) through Interlibrary Loan.

NOTE: Article databases frequently index book reviews. If you find a review (or citation for a review) for a book that looks useful or interesting, check the library catalog to see if the library owns it. If the library doesn't own the book, borrow it through Interlibrary Loan.

Theses & Dissertations

While working on a thesis, reviewing theses/dissertations written by others in your research area is useful for two important reasons: methodology and the bibliography. Below are two databases for finding citations to theses/dissertations:

The library does not regularly collect dissertations from other institutions. Request the item/s through Interlibrary Loan.


Current dissertations and theses from UVM graduate programs are submitted electronically and are available in ScholarWorks@UVM.
Older theses and dissertations that are available electronically (mostly since 2007) are in the process of being added to this collection.
Print dissertations and theses, and pre-2014 electronic ones not yet added to this collection, are browseable from UVM Theses & Dissertations.