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Choosing Credible Sources

24th March 2020

In this day and age, we are lucky to have a surplus of scholarly information at our fingertips. No more are the hours of paging through card catalogs or scrolling through microfiche.

Why Reading Widely Is So Important

19th March 2019

If you talk with any professional writer, at some point they will likely tell you that if you’re interested in becoming a writer, you need to read.

How to Construct an Effective Poster Presentation

15th November 2018

If you decide to present your research at a conference, you might have to prepare a poster presentation.

Research: Literature Review vs Annotated Bibliography

21st August 2018

During graduate school, and especially while you’re working on your dissertation, you’ll probably hear the terms “annotated bibliography” and “literature review” tossed around a lot.

Dissertation Research Tips: Choosing a Topic

7th August 2018

Some people go into their doctoral program with a clear idea of what they want to study and never waver from it; others have a vague sense of what they want their topic to be, and then fine-tune it; still others go in with some idea, and then end up focusing on a completely different topic altogether.

Having a neutral editor review my dissertation and help me reduce the content to the key facts was incredibly helpful. As researchers, we are often too close to the data to know which parts of the document to shed and which to keep. This process helped me create a better document with more focus and better delivery of the research results.

- Kim M.

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