Monthly Archives: January 2014

Top Ten Dissertation Searches

It is a good idea to read other dissertations in three or four areas – your area of research, your study method, from your school, and preferably a couple that your Chair has approved. Your school should have a library … Continue reading

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ABD – All But Decent

In professional correspondence, mostly with graduate students, I sign my name with TWELVE letters.  Jill Craddock, Ed.D, ABD, MBA, MHA.  One day this year, it will be just three.  What does ABD mean?  Apparently different things to different folks, but … Continue reading

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Dissertation Support Groups

If you can find a local dissertation support group in your community, join it.  The bond and community around sharing in the journey toward your degree offers just the safe haven we need to encourage, question, and commiserate.  You won’t … Continue reading

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Lolmythesis

Today I found a procrastination website.  Lolmythesis.com makes me feel less guilty because it is related to the graduate and postgraduate thesis.  If you had to sum up your research into a joke the size of a Twitter post, what … Continue reading

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