Dr Jana Martiskova
By: Dominic Corey
Online dissertations are typically prewritten academic documents that have already been submitted to universities by pass-out students and are easily accessible either at the university library or for sale over the internet for reference purposes.
Normally an online dissertation had already been scanned through anti-plagiarism technologies and all of its content is stored in the database of universities. If you try to emulate or copy the content of an dissertation, you will surely be caught for carrying out intentional plagiarism.
You cannot deny the fact that an online dissertation can help you if you consult it as either a reference or an added resource. For instance, if you are struggling to get new dissertation ideas, these online dissertationscan be a good resource for sparking new dissertation titles or topics. So, all and all online dissertations could present good dissertation assistance, particularly when they are free of charge.
It is advisable not to rely completely on dissertations. Even if you manage to get hold of a few dissertations, which will be similar to the topic of your dissertation, you will still have to go through various journals, articles, etc. to acquire quality information. Once you get references from online dissertations, you can search for the titles used by previous researchers and see what information you can use for your own dissertation. Never think about copying from past dissertations, otherwise you will get caught on plagiarism undoubtedly.