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ECE 340 | Teacher Researcher

Professor Berger-Knorr

What is a Dissertation?

A dissertation is required of doctoral study; it is a lengthy, formal document that presents new research,and that argues in defense of a particular thesis.  

Dissertations can be useful for in-depth research.

Find Dissertations

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Request a dissertation via Interlibrary Loan, or Tipasa.  Tipasa is a service that will provide you with materials that LVC does not own. 

WorldCat Dissertations will provide a Request from LVC Tipasa link on each of the results you find.

You can also request a dissertation from the Interlibrary Loan link on the library's homepage.  Note that not all dissertations will be available to borrow.

If we can borrow them, you'll either get a PDF of the dissertation sent to you electronically, or a hard copy that will need to be returned.