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How do I find a theses or dissertation?

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Any theses or dissertations owned by Webster University and Eden Theological Seminary will be found in the library catalog. To find a thesis or dissertation on a particular subject:

  1. Go to the library catalog athttp://bridges.searchmobius.org/.
  2. Click on the "Advanced Search" (directly under the "Search Options" bar on the right side of the screen).
  3. Enter a word or phrase in the top search box.
  4. Under "Location" select either "Webster Theses" or "Eden Theses".
  5. Press the Submit button to run the search.

Dissertations & Theses @ Webster University contains Webster doctoral dissertations and masters level theses submitted summer, 2005 to the present. Webster/Eden faculty, staff, and students may view the full text for free (pdf files require the Adobe Acrobat Reader.)

Please note: Many Webster graduate degees do not require students to write a theses.  If you are interested in seeing theses or dissertations written by students at other institutions, you may search the  Dissertations & Theses: Abstract & Index database.  Some of these records may link to the full-text of the document and some may allow you to preview the first 20+ pages.  If the full-text is not avaialable online, the library may be able to borrow it for you.  Contact a Librarian for help.  

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