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SEARCH and BROWSE ETDs

There are at least two search engines that specifically search and browse the complete NDLTD Union Catalog: 
This dynamic search and discovery platform driven by Chamo Discovery allows you to sort by relevance, title, and date. In the current implementation, faceted searches are available by language, continent, country, date, format, and source institution. Additional facets, such as subjects or departments, may be added if desired.
Elsevier is no longer updating the database and will be discontinuing the Scirus service by the end of March 2014.

These search engines harvest theses and dissertations from virtually all registered open-access repositories:
These search engines are focused on specific countries or regions: 
A search tool for accessing ETDs produced in Brazilian universities.
A portal developed jointly by the University of Chile, the Universites de Lyon, Montreal, and Alexandrie, and the University of Geneva for accessing full text ETDs from many countries, including Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, France, Hong Kong, Mexico, Peru, Spain, and the United States.
A discovery service for open access research theses awarded by European universities.
This portal provides access to ETDs and research publications written at 26 institutions in Scandinavia.
Electronic Theses Online Service (EThOS) offers free access, in a secure format, to the full text of electronically stored UK theses--a rich and vast body of knowledge.
This search portal provides access to ETDs produced in the Netherlands, as well as access to a variety of other research and data sets.
This search portal provides access to ETDs produced in South Africa.
The National Library of Australia harvests ETD Metadata from Australian universities and provides a search services through its portal.
Many university libraries provide password access to this commercial database, but the link above also provides access for individuals without a connection to a research library. The collection includes most recent North American ETDs and selective coverage for other regions of the world.
The RCAAP's mission is to promote, support and facilitate the adoption of the open access movement in Portugal. RCAAP The project aims to: increase the visibility, accessibility and dissemination of academic activity and Portuguese scientific research, facilitating the management and access to information about scientific production and integrate Portugal into a set of international initiatives. This portal offers a union catalog with digital contents from more than 30 institutions.
A union catalog of Canadian theses and dissertations, in both electronic and analog formats, is available through the search interface on this portal.
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