FOCUS on Global Resources Newsletter, Summer 2008 Issue ("CRL's Foreign Dissertation Collection") is now online.

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

The Summer 2008 issue of FOCUS on Global Resources highlights CRL’s collection of nearly 800,000 non-U.S., non-Canadian dissertations. The issue contains:

  • Links to doctoral research produced by Nobel laureates
  • Links to doctoral research produced by notable scholars
  • A scholar’s observations on the “importance and uniqueness” of the collection
  • Notes on changing patterns in access

To view this and past issues of FOCUS, visit: http://www.crl.edu/focus/

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