I want to search for a dissertation/thesis. I want a dissertation/thesis created by an LMU student. I want to search for a dissertation/thesis. Step 1 ProQuest Dissertations & ThesesThis database contains citations from over 90% of North American doctoral dissertations and a smaller percentage of theses in the humanities and social sciences. Includes some full text. If the full-text is not available, then move on to Step 2.Step 2 LINK+Do a title search in LINK+. If your dissertation/thesis is available in LINK + then you can self-request the title. Your dissertation will arrive in 3 business days. Read more about Link+... If your Dissertation is not in LINK+, then try Step 3.Step 3 ILLiadLMU students, Faculty and Staff can also request a dissertation/thesis through traditional inter-library loan. This takes 5 business days or more. Please try Step 1 and 2 before putting a request into ILLiad. Need Help? How do I locate theses and dissertations created by LMU students?Some bound LMU theses are located in the library. Please use LINUS, the LMU library catalog, to find the location and call number of the desired thesis/theses. You may search by title or by author. If you would like to browse the theses in the library, click here, or conduct a word search in LINUS by typing "loyola marymount university and thesis." Here is another search example for education dissertations, "Ed.D. and thesis and loyola marymount university."The library has a large collection of art therapy theses as well as some in education, theological studies, and philosophy. Many LMU theses are located behind the Media & Reserves Counter on the 2nd level. Need Help?
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