Answered By: Lisa Raymond
Last Updated: Feb 10, 2020     Views: 3

We’ve broken the entire doctoral research process into small, digestible chunks called To-Dos. We then group all of the To-Dos into Steps. Steps are higher level parts of the doctoral research. Finally, steps are organized into a major milestone called a Phase.

Here is an example of the structure:

  • Phase
    • Step
      • To-Do
      • To-Do
      • To-Do
      • To-Do
      • To-Do
    • Step
    • Step
    • Step
  • Phase
  • Phase
  • Phase

Access the Doctoral Research Coach on the homepage of your capstone or project course or on the Doctoral Research Coach webpage.

Please bookmark the site so you can return quickly and easily in the future. 

 

Go to the Doctoral Research Coach

 

For questions on how to use the Doctoral Research Coach, email: doctoralresearchcoach@mail.waldenu.edu

For doctoral capstone or project-related questions, reach out to your chair and/or the Help Contacts listed in the coach tool for each to-do.

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