Congratulations—you passed your qualifying exams, and now you get to write a dissertation! Does that sound scary? If so, you’re not alone. Writing a dissertation can be frightening. But it doesn’t have to be. In fact, it can be enjoyable, even exhilarating. You’re writing on your own research, after all. No more classes, no more papers. Just you, your sources, and your brilliant ideas, spanning the entire length of your favorite academic book.
But where to start? And how to start? Indeed, simply beginning the Herculean task of writing a dissertation is perhaps the most difficult, most opaque, and most important part of the whole process. Asking for dissertation help might seem impossible but in this month’s Ideas on Fire webinar, Dr. Terry K. Park makes that task a bit easier.
From mapping out the dissertation, to selecting which chapter to write first, to crafting a writing routine that works for you and your commitments, you will come away with effective strategies for planning the dissertation.
Early Planning and Where to Start
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