Over 700 Thomas Jefferson University dissertation titles have been added to the Jefferson Digital Commons. Dating from 1951 to 2012, the dissertation titles are indexed by all major search engines, including Google, Bing and Yahoo, and provide another method for researchers to locate research produced by Thomas Jefferson University graduates.
If a researcher desires to read the full-text of a discovered dissertation they have the following options:
- Request a copy using interlibrary loan services from a nearby library.
- Request a visitor’s pass to the Scott Memorial Library and access the print dissertation from collection. Use the library catalog to locate exact call number and location of dissertation.
- Purchase a copy from UMI
If you have questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.