Answered By: Rachel Willard Last Updated: May 08, 2017 Views: 6190
A good place to start is with the process guide, checklists, rubrics, and other useful process documents located on the Office of Research and Doctoral Services (CRQ) website under PhD Process and Documents.
Before you begin to write your dissertation chapters, visit the Writing Center web page for PhD students and download the PhD dissertation template. Working in this template will ensure that you meet all formatting specifications. You may also download the APA style checklist to help guide you as you draft your proposal and final dissertation chapters.
Watch the Writing Center’s Transitioning from Coursework to Doctoral Capstone Writing webinar to familiarize yourself with the different writing expectations for your premise, prospectus, proposal, and final dissertation.
Direct all content and methodology questions to the chair and methodologist on your supervisory committee.
- Visit the Walden Library to view the many resources available to doctoral or project study writers, and ask a librarian for help searching the literature on your topic.
- Review the Writing Center’s archived webinars on writing each of the chapters to help orient you as you are drafting a particular section.
- Program-specific resources are all compiled and described on the Doctoral Capstone Resources website.
Would you like a current or future assignment to be reviewed by the Writing Center? If so please visit the Writing Center's Paper Review Website and make an appointment with us!
Do you have other general writing questions? E-mail the Writing Center at email@example.com.
Other questions about your doctoral capstone or the Form & Style review? E-mail the Dissertation Editors at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to peruse other writing resources? Go to the Writing Center’s homepage.