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Exploring the different usage of dissertations2 votes
Please bring back the deleted line of links above the search boxes in all Proquest databases to save us clicking twice as much
Please bring back the line above the search box which used to list Basic Search, Advanced search, Publications, Browse and Change Databases. Moving them all under the hamburger bar to be with the About information and the rest of, means that we now have to double the amount of clicking for each term we search. There is enough clicking in the world and adding to it just to make the page look streamlined makes things less accessible, not more. Thank you1 vote
Full-text limiter checkbox for PQDT A&I database
Customers would like option for full-text limiter checkbox on PQDT A&I search pages so that they can limit searches to open access dissertations/theses.4 votes
Create a starter bibliography for dissertation topic research
When doing a literature review of dissertations and theses on a particular topic, it is difficult to know where to begin. If there were a 'pre-made' bibliography for a particular topic of the most cited references about this topic, I could have a place to start my topic research.7 votes
Guided topic search tool
The search page for PQDT is an open line to put in search terms. As a new graduate student doing topic research, I am unsure how to get started on a search. It would be helpful to have a set workflow that I was walked through with prompts to help guide my search (like search categories and terms) so I can have a more efficient and productive workflow.6 votes
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