Pro Quest may also assign index terms to improve discoverability.
See the Subject headings (all) entry for additional information about Subject headings (all).
SCHNAME(University of Michigan) SCH(sweden) Search for dissertations granted by a specific school. You can use this field to search for a list of all schools within a particular country by entering the country name.
SU(accounts) This field searches all subject-like fields for dissertations or theses, meaning Subjects and Index terms (keywords).
AB(child welfare worker) We use the author-provided abstract with little or no modification, or have members from our editorial team write an abstract from scratch, drawing on the document’s text and concepts.
Our team’s goal is to make the document’s point as clearly and succinctly as possible.It is a full record search, but does not include a search on the full text.The following fields are searched: Author Name, Abstract, Title, Subject Terms, Keywords, Advisor, School, Department, School Location, Manuscript Type, Publication number, ISBN.OTI("The local area as a strategy for sustainable urban development") Use to look for dissertations by their alternate language title.For example, search for documents originally published in Spanish by searching for an alternate title in English.Index terms are keywords in the Identifier/keyword field assigned by the author or Pro Quest. Index terms in this field do not conform to any controlled vocabulary.When an author submits their dissertation or thesis to Pro Quest, they can optionally assign up to six keywords to describe their graduate work.SCHLOC(Denmark) Lets you search for a school in a specific geographic location, such as state, province or country.From the Browse tab, you can browse by location to select from a list of the available locations.The 13 digit ISBN works just fine with or without any spaces or hyphens REF(nanotubes) Use the reference search field to look for the data in a cited reference.It will search all of the main components of a cited reference (cited author, cited document title, cited publication date and cited publication title).