The Libraries has simplified the process of submitting Ph.D. and Ed.D. dissertations, reducing student costs by $66, and saving student and staff time. The new process uses ProQuest’s Electronic Theses and Dissertations Administrator [ETD], which provides convenient online submission and reduces steps in the submission process.
Drexel University Libraries has simplified the process of submitting a Ph.D. or Ed.D. dissertation through use of ProQuest’s Electronic Theses and Dissertations Administrator [ETD]. This tool will guide students in meeting submission requirements for their dissertations.Use of ProQuest's ETD Administrator is free and reduces overall submission charges for doctoral students by $66. Online access to doctoral dissertations is provided by Drexel University Libraries via Drexel's institutional repository, iDEA.
To all our students who are getting ready to graduate!
If you're finishing up your thesis or dissertations, look at http://www.library.drexel.edu/services/ccthesisbinding for information about bringing copies of your thesis to the library for binding.
The Drexel Writing Center and Hahnemann Library are now offering workshops for graduate and undergraduate students. The workshops will provide help with various aspects of the writing process, from sentence construction, to APA formatting, to Thesis/Dissertation Support.
Students who wish to attend the 1/25 and 2/08 workshops are requested to register at http://www.drexel.edu/engphil/writingcenter/workshop-registration.asp.
You can now search for theses held in Drexel University's Health Sciences Libraries through a specific search of theses. In the Search box in the center of the homepage, enter an author, keyword, or program (e.g., Art Therapy), click on the pull-down menu on the box to the right, select HS Theses, and then click on Search.