Monthly Archives: January 2016

Dissertation Success Strategies: How Your Coursework Can Help Your Dissertation

If you’re still in the early stages of graduate school, you may have a year or two of coursework ahead of you before you get to turn to your dissertation. But it’s never too early to start planning – or even writing – your dissertation. You can use your graduate seminars and graduate coursework […]

Five Helpful Dissertation-Writing Guidebooks

Sometimes writing a dissertation feels like the loneliest job in the world. But there are plenty who have gone before and made it through the process. Some have even gone on to write books to help others get through their dissertation writing, editing, and formatting process.

There are many different ways that you […]

Dissertation Help: Choosing your Dissertation Topic

So, you got into a graduate program. Your coursework is well underway. But you know that soon you’re going to have to decide on a dissertation topic, and you don’t even know where to begin. You’re not alone! While some graduate students know from the outset what their dissertation topics will be, for others […]

Dissertation Formatting Help: In-text Citation Basics in APA and MLA Style


APA and MLA are two of the most commonly used academic style and citation systems – and depending on your discipline, it’s likely that you’ll be called on to use at least one of them at some point in your scholarly career, possibly even […]

Dissertation Formatting Help: APA-Style Headings Explained

Dissertation formatting shouldn’t be rocket science – but sometimes it can be just as stressful as writing the dissertation itself. And when you’re working in APA Style, you don’t just have citations, margins, and tables to worry about – you’ve got a whole system […]

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