EBSCO open dissertations(external link)
OpenDissertations.org is a collaboration between EBSCO and Bibliolabs that provides full text access to mainly doctoral dissertations accepted by American Universities from 1933 to the present. As EBSCO provides just the bibliographic records and the URLs of the theses, free download of the resources depend upon institutional policies and embargoes
Networked Digital Library of Theses(external link)
This website features not only a Global ETD search(external link) but also a directory(external link) of national and international repositories of electronic theses.
Open Access Dissertations and Theses(external link)
Fully downloadable theses and dissertations from around the world are collected here.
ProQuest Dissertations Open(external link)
Dissertations and theses that are provided as free by ProQuest database could be accessed from this link. Institutional subscription is not needed to avail this Pro Quest service. Now this is part of the general ProQuest platform for dissertations.
Digital New Zealand(external link)
This database aggregates New Zealand-related resources at one place. Digital NZ includes videos, newspapers, maps, photographs, audio recordings, artworks, news reports, and many other kinds of digital content. Users can access journals related to New Zealand and research theses from academic institutions of this country. To filter your results to research output, go to the more section and select research papers from the dropdown menu.
New Zealand Research(external link)
This database managed by National Library of New Zealand aims to collect all research resources related to New Zealand at one place. As this is powered by Digital NZ database, duplication of documents could be seen.
Research Bank(external link)
This is an open research repository that includes research, mainly theses and dissertations, produced by students and staff while affiliated with Unitec, Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT), Otago Polytechnic, Toi Ohomai and Southern Institute of Technology (SIT),which are part of Te pūkenga. This repository includes mainly recent research produced by these institutions. For early ones, check New Zealand Research(external link) and Digital NZ(external link).