How do I submit a dissertation to ProQuest?
Please contact [email protected] for more information. Depending on the method supported by your graduate school, you will submit your electronic (PDF) manuscript in one of two ways: Through ProQuest’s online submission tool, ETD Administrator. Through your university’s established electronic submission method.
What is the full text coverage span for ProQuest dissertation and theses?
ProQuest Dissertation & Theses Global is the world’s most comprehensive curated collection of multi-disciplinary dissertations and theses from around the world, offering nearly 5 million citations and 2.6 million full-text works from thousands of universities.
Can I remove my dissertation from ProQuest?
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Where can I publish my articles for free?
To get you started, here is a list of platforms offering free article publishing.Medium. Medium is a very popular free publishing site where you can share your writing. Linkedin Articles. You are probably already on Linkedin. EzineArticles. Scoop.It. Issuu. Yudo. Article Alley. PUB HTML5.
How much does it cost to publish in Elsevier?
Elsevier’s APCs range between c$150 and c$6000 US Dollars excluding tax, depending on the journal, with prices clearly displayed on our Article Publishing Charge (APC) price list and on journal homepages. To know more about how and why we price articles differently, please visit our pricing page.
Why is Elsevier so expensive?
The publisher Elsevier, in particular, has come under fire for making record profits by charging high prices for access to scholarly research, most of which is publicly funded. As a result, the Cost of Knowledge, was launched and more than 10,000 academics have pledged to boycott Elsevier.
How do I get Elsevier journals for free?
Elsevier publishes open access articles which are free for readers to access. We also make articles openly available through our open archives and open manuscripts via the CHORUS service.
Is Scihub legal?
There is little dispute that Sci-Hub, the website that provides free access to millions of proprietary academic papers, is illegal. Yet, despite being successfully sued twice by major American academic publishers for massive copyright infringement, the site continues to operate.