Monthly Archives: September 2014

Dissertation Communication: The Committee

In this day and age of online education, I am curious lately about how members of the dissertation committee communicate with one another. I am working on the dissertation portion of my degree online, and my Chair has changed more … Continue reading

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Dissertations of the Influential

Many thanks to Kyara Tobias for reaching out and sharing her excellent info graphic and in-depth research on dissertations of the influential.  Check out her site and other work she has done at Online PhD programs.  I was most interested … Continue reading

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Eleven Dissertation Editors: Who They Are and How to Reach Them

If you need help with formatting and APA, you may be advised to contact an editor.  Some editors will help with writing, but this post is about editors who are recommended by a group of doctoral committee members, many who … Continue reading

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Meditation and the Dissertation

Whether you are selecting a topic or fighting through the labyrinth of final approvals, chances are you can improve your state of mind be a greater feeling of calm.  I have written before about “Dissertation Zen”, but not about the … Continue reading

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The Dissertation Disease

The sitting disease is a hot topic that I thought was new.  It is a disease I may be developing after enough time now at the computer researching and writing for all this coursework and a nearly complete (what what!) … Continue reading

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