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Catalogues of ETDs

With the development of the phenomenon of electronic publishing, more and more databases appear on the Internet which bring information about final theses and dissertations from higher education institutions and universities from all over the world. Both commercial organizations and the higher education institutions themselves are producers of these databases. The availability of the documents varies; access to the full texts of theses and dissertations is possible in some of the systems.

 TBU Digital Library

Catalogue of theses and dissertations of Tomas Bata University in Zlín. Used for archiving and accessioning TBU electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) since 2006.
Producer:
 Tomas Bata University in Zlín
Resource type: Fulltext, multidisciplinary

 SUDOC Catalogue 

French national system for registration of dissertation theses from higher education institutions united in the Conference des Grandes Ecoles
Producer:
 Conference des Grandes Ecoles
Resource type: Bibliographic, multidisciplinary

Theses Canada Portal

Portal of dissertation theses for the territory of Canada. Comfortable access to full texts of documents.
Producer: Library and Archives Canada
Resource type: Full-text, multidisciplinary

 Who uses DSpace

A list of university repositories using the DSpace software for providing access to their documents.
Producer:
 DSpace Federation
Resource type: Full-text, multidisciplinary

 Registry of Open Access Repositories (ROAR)

Registry of open access repositories. Provides links to a depository of electronic theses and dissertations and of grey literature. The biggest institutional repositories. A high level. More than 1,500 repositories registered.
Producer: University of Southampton, UK
Resource type: Bibliographic, multidisciplinary

OpenDOAR

Registry of open access repositories. Provides links to a depository of electronic theses and dissertations and of grey literature. International participation. 1,569 repositories, access to primary documents, statistics, updates.
Producer: University of Nottingham, UK
Resource type: Bibliographic, multidisciplinary

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