ProQuest Dissertations and Theses-Full Text (PQDT) is highly recommended for locating items in Canadian, American, and some international universities.
If you are looking for a dissertation written by a graduate student of the University of Toronto, you can do the following:
1. On the library homepage click on Catalogue.
3. Type in a dissertation author's name, for example, Halyna Hryn, and set the drop down menu to Author (see screen shot in steps #1 and #2).
4. Click on Search (step #3).
5.In your list of results, look for thesis in the item's call number, OR better use the Refine results section in the left column of the web-page, and select Thesis in the section Formats (see screen shot below).
Note: For U of T students, staff and faculty, theses/dissertations can also be obtained through Interlibrary Loan.
Please refer to the research guides listed below for more information on theses and dissertations:
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