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PORBASE (base de dados da Biblioteca Nacional de Lisboa)

Entrada principal: http://www.ibl.pt/bn/porbase/aceder/aceder.html

Acesso 24 horas via www: http://sirius.biblioteca-nacional.pt/scripts/sirius.exe

Ligações para bibliotecas portuguesas ligadas à PORBASE:

http://www.ibl.pt/ibl/bn/apontadores/bibliotecas/paises/portugal.html

Dissertation Abstracts (University of Princeton)

DA is a database providing information from more than 1000 participating institutions. This database contains the following UMI publications:

Comprehensive Dissertation Index
Dissertation Abstracts International
Masters Abstracts International
American Doctoral Dissertations

Updated with more than 4,500 citations and abstracts a month, the Dissertation Abstracts database includes coverage of the following disciplines: Literature; Education; Chemistry; Engineering; Psychology; Business; Economics; History; Philosophy; Sociology; Information Science.

http://infoshare1.princeton.edu:2003/databases/about/dis_abs.html

Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) in the Humanities (Univ. of Virginia, USA)

Directory of Electronic Theses and Dissertations currently in progress.

This site serves as a clearing-house for online information related to electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) in the humanities. The site's most important feature is a directory of most (maybe not quite all) of the ETDs that are currently in progress in the various disciplines that comprise the academic humanities. Among its other uses, I hope the material available here will be of aid to graduate students who are faced with securing approval and support for an ETD of their own. Audiences also include faculty who want to make informed decisions about supervising an ETD, as well as librarians, administrators, and academic publishers.

http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/ETD/ETD.html

UMI's Online Dissertation Services

http://www.umi.com/hp/Products/Dissertations.html

UMI publishes and archives dissertations and theses; sells copies on demand; and maintains the definitive bibliographic record for over 1.4 million doctoral dissertations and master's theses.

Students, faculty, staff and researchers can now order their own unbound copies of dissertations and theses with express delivery to their home, school or office. Select from over one million titles available from UMI. Link to Dissertations Express:

http://wwwlib.umi.com/dxweb/gateway

Indexes to and Bibliographies of Dissertations (Yale University, USA)

Dissertation abstracts online combines, enhances and enlarges the indexing access to records of dissertations included in its printed predecessors, Dissertation abstracts international (DAI) and Comprehensive dissertation index (CDI) . Unlike DAI, abstracts are included only for titles completed since July 1980, although like CDI, bibliographic data for titles is included for dissertations back to 1861. It also includes citations and abstracts for masters theses drawn from University Microfilms' Masters Abstracts International.

http://www.library.yale.edu/ref/err/dissindx.htm

Dissertation Abstracts International

Dissertation Abstracts International on CD-ROM includes abstracts of doctoral dissertations submitted to the publishers by 550 participating institutions in North America and throughout the world. Each author- prepared abstract, up to 350 words in length, describes in detail the original research project on which the dissertation is based.

The CD-ROM lists dissertations from 1861 to the present, although abstracts are not available electronically for pre-1982 dissertations. Earlier abstracts are in printed volumes that must be fetched for you from the Stack. The CD-ROM is updated
quarterly.

http://www.ull.ac.uk/ASQ/guides/databases/dai.html

Dissertation Abstracts International on CD-ROM (Univ. of Berkeley, California, USA).

Dissertation Abstracts includes indexing for doctoral dissertations since 1861 and masters' theses since 1960. Approximately 45,000 titles are added each year from more than 1,000 universities, including almost all North American graduate schools and many European universities. Abstracts are included for dissertations published since July 1980 and masters' theses published since 1988. Updates are received quarterly.

http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/TeachingLib/Guides/CDROM/DAI.html

Dissertation Abstracts (Duke University, USA)

Covers the complete range of academic subjects appearing in dissertations accepted at accredited institutions since 1861. Covers most U.S. institutions, with some from Canada and other countries. Indexing begins with 1861. Abstracts are provided for doctoral dissertations from 1980 and forward; for masters theses, from 1988 and forward. Abstracts for dissertations from 1938 to 1980 are available in the print version of Dissertation Abstracts, available in the Perkins Reference index area.

Contains the contents of Comprehensive Dissertation Index, Dissertation Abstracts International (Sections A,B,C), Masters Abstracts International, and American Doctoral Dissertations.

http://www.lib.duke.edu/databases/descriptions/dissertationabs.html

Dissertation Abstracts/Digital Dissertations (Harvard University, USA)

Contains records describing dissertations and masters' theses in all areas of academic research at over 550 universities, including almost all North American graduate schools and many European universities, as well as full text for over 70,000 dissertations from 1997 forward.

http://hplus.harvard.edu/alpha/umi_diss.html