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Al Manhal Dissertations & Theses

The Al Manhal Dissertations & Theses (AMDT) database provides thousands of full-text searchable dissertations from the most prominent academic foundations across the Middle East. This collection is comprised of scholarly work from Master’s and Doctoral graduates from all departments of academia and across the full spectrum of research foci. With ever-growing depth and breadth, the database offers extensive resources, which maximize research potential.

AMDT provides high-quality digital content for academic and institutional libraries through an advanced research platform. The benefits of using the Al Manhal database include:

  1. Worldwide access to full-text dissertations
  2. An extensive collection of Master’s and Doctoral research from the region’s most prestigious universities
  3. The ability to cross-search dissertations with journals, eBooks and other databases to ensure maximum discoverability and research potential
  4. Indexing systems from industry-leading institutions that provide the most effective search capabilities
  5. Contextual linking and searching
  6. The ability to highlight and annotate documents, as well as to organize research into personalized “bookshelves”
  7. Automatic citation generation for copying, pasting and printing documents

Facts & Figures:


• Current growing number of documents: 6,007

• Growing collections: Approx. 50% - Total of 9,000 documents by end of 2016

• Programs: Ph.D. & master's degree

• Publishing partners geographical coverage: Middle East

• Indexed by: SUMMON, EDS, OCLC & CNKI

• Languages: Arabic, English & French

 

 

ADMT currently includes over 6,000 dissertations from the collective work of leading universities in the Middle East, including:
  • University of Jordan
  • Al al-Bayt University
  • Birzeit University
  • Jadara University
  • Middle East University
  • The World Islamic Sciences & Education University
  • Amman Arab University for Graduate Studies
 
   
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