Writing a Thesis
In some ways, writing a thesis is no different than writing other academic papers, and much of the advice that appears elsewhere in this site will be relevant to the thesis writer. Still, as any thesis writer will tell you, there are some important differences between writing a thesis and writing a course paper. Moreover, because we feel that the best advice comes from those who've actually "been there," the advice we offer here is gleaned from Dartmouth students involved in the thesis-writing process.
- The problem with writing [Midge]
- Writing (volume) [Becky]
- Reading other theses [Midge]
- Argument structure [Barbara]
- Editing and revising your work [Gurprit]
- Managing your time [Midge]
- Comments/suggestions from the session
- A little poem about spell checkers...
- Design rationale of the teaching [Steve]
- Learning activities (exercises)
- Last word [Steve]
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