For specific results on "teaching in an academic field", select a database from your academic discipline's [Subject Guides]. The databases are listed in the order of likely best results.
Searching for Dissertations & Theses: The publishing world has changed for dissertations and theses. You may find full-text, or 25-page previews in subject-related databases (ProQuest Central, ERIC, CINAHL, etc.). If you've already identified a dissertation or theses and are just looking for the full-text, you may want to search the graduating institution's website or library for the dissertation or theses title. Otherwise, try the following tools to identify the literature - and - if you've lucky - score a free copy of one.
Every academic department and many college initiatives and service departments have been assigned a librarian. The liaison librarian is designated to be an information specialist for your department. Work of the liaison librarian may include:
If your department does not have a liaison librarian, please contact Nan Schichtel at 616-234-3082.