Which database would be the best choice when searching for a dissertation?

Last Updated: 2424. The database Dissertations and Theses Global (ProQuest) is the best place to begin searching for theses and dissertations. Approximately half the listings include full text. This link opens in a new open access American University Digital Research Archive.

What is the difference between ProQuest and EBSCOhost?

In Social Sciences Premium Collection (ProQuest), users can select “Command Line” and perform a search, whereas in Sociological Collection (EBSCOhost), users can select the “select a field” field when conducting a search.

Is ProQuest database free?

Free access to the citation, abstract, and full text (including supplementary files) for your graduate works for all institutional subscribers to ProQuest® Dissertations & Theses (PQDT), the database of record for graduate research.

Is ProQuest scholarly?

ProQuest databases provides a single source for scholarly journals, newspapers, reports, working papers, and datasets along with millions of pages of digitized historical primary sources and more than 450,000 ebooks.

Is ProQuest a database?

What is ProQuest? ProQuest is a collection of many databases that provide access to thousands of journals, magazines, newspapers, dissertations, and other publications. Mouse over Find on the library homepage then click on Databases.

Is EBSCOhost a database?

Answered By: Jennifer Harris EBSCOhost is a database that includes full-text articles and abstracts of articles in magazines, journals and newspapers.

How do I get access to EBSCOhost?

To Access EBSCOhost:Go to library’s home page at www.esc.edu/library.Click Article Databases.Scroll down the alphabetical list and click on EBSCOhost.Enter your college login and password.That will take you to a page that lists and describes all the EBSCO databases.

Who owns EBSCOhost?

EBSCO Industries

What does Ebscohost stand for?

Elton B. Stephens Company

Is Gale a database?

Gale Databases Gale helps libraries connect to researchers who are in search of credible, timely content. Our wide range of online databases offers faculty, researchers, students, and adult learners open access to scholarly, peer-reviewed content they would not otherwise have access to.