Use the Advanced Search to create a more structured query, searching across different fields.
Enter your search term, then use the pull-down menus to the right to select the search fields you want to target, and between each row select Boolean operators to connect your search terms.
Over the past 60 years, PQDT has amassed more than 1.4 million titles beginning with the first U. dissertation accepted by a university (Yale) in 1861.
Pro Quest began digitizing dissertations in 1997 from a microform archive.
The list of source types will vary depending on the databases you are currently searching.
- restrict your search to documents published in one or more languages—such as Arabic, German, or Sanskrit.You can also visit the section of this guide to review platform search defaults and tips. Anywhere searches the full bibliographic record (all indexed fields) including the full text.Your organization's Pro Quest administrator may have chosen to change the default to search Anywhere except full text (NOFT) instead.Authors choosing this option may access the Pro Quest Dissertation Publishing – Authors site for more information or to obtain the appropriate agreement form.Authors can also reach Pro Quest Dissertation Publishing at [email protected] can then select the subject terms that you would like to add to your search.For additional details on how to use the - restrict your search to documents from one or more source types—such as magazines, newspapers, or trade journals.The database includes over 2.4 million records and covers 1637 to the present.It is produced by Pro Quest and was formerly known as Pro Quest Digital Dissertations.From the Advanced Search page you may find a link to the thesaurus feature.A is an alphabetical listing of all the subject terms in a single database, used to classify and organize information for that database.