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Tips for PhD Students presents a 12-page paper
on academic writing. This isn’t a quick
read; however, contains helpful tips on structure.
By John H. Cochrane.
for Academic Journals presents tips on structure
and common mistakes authors make. This 20-page
document isn’t a quick read; however, it
provides advice to advanced students. By Daryl
J. Bem at Cornell University.
Proposals presents guidelines, sections to
include, and common mistakes in proposals. By
The University of Hawaii.
presents study skills and guided activities to
aid in writing a dissertation. Ideal for students
just beginning their work, and well as for students
who are overwhelmed by the complexity of the dissertation
Advice for Graduate Students presents the hidden
secrets behind publishing. By Thom Brooks.
First Draft presents questions to address
and approaches to writing your introduction to
an article or paper. By Owl Online Writing Lab.
Introduction provides questions to address
in the first chapter of your dissertation. This
information may also be helpful with other paper
introductions. By ResearchConsultation.com.
Review Links presents links to universities
around the world on writing literature reviews.
This site requires a little time navigating. By
Portland State University.
Methods presents sections to include in your
methods section. By The Research Room.
Style presents answers to common questions
on formating. By APA online.
Style presents answers to questions about
developing a manuscript. By The Chicago Manual
of Style Online.
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