Monthly Archives: May 2018

Plagiarism: What it Is, and How to Avoid It

One of the most common inquiries we get from graduate students is whether we can check for plagiarism; another common type of email is that of a student wanting us to go over the TurnItIn report and “fix” the plagiarism that was found. Addressing these issues is complex, and while we can assist you […]

Formatting Friday: Turabian

Kate L. Turabian was the dissertation secretary at the graduate school at the University of Chicago from 1930 – 1958, in addition to being the editor of official publications of the University. While in this position, she wrote up a small guide about the correct style for the dissertations, which eventually became A […]

Thoughtful Thursday: 5 Tips for Stress Reduction

We’ve done a post on self-care tips, and though this one might overlap a bit, with finals and the end of the semester coming up, having plenty of tools in your toolbox to cope with stress is never a bad thing. We can help reduce your stress over editing, revising, formatting, […]

Commencement Speeches That Will Inspire You

Graduation season is approaching, and schools often get leaders in various fields to give commencement addresses. Some are better than others, to say the least. If you need some inspiration to push through to the end of the semester or are looking for reassurance as you start the next chapter of your life, check […]

Formatting Friday: ASA Basics

ASA (American Sociological Association) style is typically used in the field of sociology to help students and authors prepare papers and manuscripts for ASA journals and other publications. The style guide is officially called The ASA Style Guide, and is currently in its 5th Edition, last published in 2014 by the American Sociological […]

Thoughtful Thursday: Anxiety about Writing

Anxiety during graduate school is normal, and a small amount of anxiety can actually be healthy. However, if it starts interfering with work, daily routine, or mood, it can be a sign of a problem. We’ll address general anxiety in another post, but something we hear fairly often are complaints about writing anxiety. Clients […]

Dr. Roda’s interview in Boston Voyager!

We are happy to share with you an interview that Boston Voyager did with our COO, Dr. Allen Roda. Read here to learn more about DE’s origins, and how we’ve grown exponentially over the past few years – and are continuing to do so, thanks to our wonderful clients.

Thank you to the […]

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