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Informatics & Computer Science Dissertations & Theses

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Subjects: Information & Computer Science

Get Help from Your Subject Librarian

  Your subject librarian can support you during your thesis or dissertation research and writing:

  • Show you the library services that you will need.
  • Help you get the most out of the resources (databases, etc.) you need for your research.
  • Assist you with citation and referencing.

Writing Skills

Useful Study Skills guides from Emerald Insight include:


Top writing skills from Oxford Dictionaries: a clear guidance for tips on writing good English.

Dissertations' Databases

Access is provided by the Egyptian Knowledge Bank - researcher's portal. (Registration is required using your National ID)

Request an Article through Document Supply Service (DSS)

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Using Turnitin

A site for Instructors and students. Instructors can set up a class with an assignment to allow their students to check their papers for plagiarism and instructors can check for it too. Have a look at the following Turnitin guides for more information:

Printed Books on How to Write Dissertations & Theses

The Library Catalogue has many books on writing dissertations and theses. To find these books, use the following search methods:

  • In the Basic Search , type dissertation, academic as a subject search.
  • In the Advanced Search, type technical writing as a subject search & engineer* as a keyword search.

E-Books on How to Write Dissertations & Theses