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Finding dissertations on the library catalogue


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Finding dissertations on the library catalogue

  1. 1. Library Catalogue: How to find a dissertation http:// / study / library
  2. 2. Access the Library Catalogue myUniHub > My Study > My Library > Library Catalogue Select ‘Library Catalogue’ from the list of resources
  3. 3. In order to find a dissertation…. ….use the ‘General keyword’ search (this is the default search)…. ….type the word ‘dissertation’ into the search box followed by a subject eg. computer or mental health, or a course eg. MAHRM. Click on ‘Go’ when you are ready.
  4. 4. Your search results are displayed Scroll down the screen until you find what you want, then click on the title for more detail
  5. 5. You can now see more information about the dissertation Title Author Year Course Module In order to see the dissertation get a ‘Dissertation request form’ from UniHelp. Complete the form and return it to UniHelp. Dissertations are issued for 3 hours for use in the Library only.
  6. 6. Some dissertations have been digitised Click on the title and then the ‘Web access’ link to read the full-text online
  7. 7. Middlesex University Research Repository You can also search for PhD dissertations on the Research Repository, which is available from ‘MyLibrary’ or
  8. 8. Need further help? Ask a Librarian