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Chicago Manual of Style: An Introduction

25th August 2022

For those of you in the humanities, particularly in the fields of history and anthropology, you will eventually become an expert in citing sources according to the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS).

APA 6th Edition for Dissertations: An Introduction

25th August 2022

If your institution requires that you format your dissertation according to APA style, your APA manual is about to become an invaluable resource for you as you try to navigate an overwhelming number of style specifications.

Online PhD Programs - Pros and Cons

25th August 2022

Online graduate programs are becoming more and more popular—and this includes PhD programs. Traditional, brick-and-mortar programs have their benefits, but they also have their downsides.

Finishing Your Dissertation

25th August 2022

The Challenges of Dissertation Writing Dissertations are huge projects. They are often the biggest, most extensive undertaking that a graduate student has been tasked with completing up to that point of his or her academic career.

4 Ways a Professional Editor Can Help Save You Time and Money

25th August 2022

We get it – as a graduate student, you don’t have a ton of disposable income, and so you’re careful about how you spend your money.

Why Reading Widely Is So Important

25th August 2022

If you talk with any professional writer, at some point they will likely tell you that if you’re interested in becoming a writer, you need to read.

The Importance of Proofreading

25th August 2022

During the dissertation writing process, we get a lot of clients who are aware of the value of editing, rewriting, and revising, but did you know that a final proofread is just as important as the initial editing, if not more so? When we work with a client, after the editing process (both line and then copy) is over and the client thinks they have the finished product ready to go, we will often suggest a final proofread and format order.

Making the Most out of Summer During Graduate School

25th August 2022

Summer is here and your instinct might be to kick back and relax and do as little work as possible on your thesis or dissertation – after all, you want to actually enjoy your summer, right? Well…yes and no.

Summer Reading: Books and Workbooks on Academic Writing

25th August 2022

Summer is a great time to work on any challenges you might have with writing, especially academic writing.

Want to Combat Stress or Burnout? Get Outside!

25th August 2022

As graduate school looms in the not-so-distant future, you might be a little anxious about starting or going back to your graduate program or stressed out about your dissertation or thesis.

Dissertation Editor: What We Do

25th August 2022

The school year is getting underway and Dissertation Editor is ready to help! Our name might have the word “dissertation” in it, but did you know that we aren’t just for dissertations or theses? That’s right! We offer a range of services for both students and professionals, at every stage of your career.

Graduate School and Disabilities

25th August 2022

Did you know that nearly 20 percent of undergraduate students (19.4%) report having a disability, and 8 percent of masters students and 7 percent of doctoral students report having a disability? The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) defines “disability” in legal terms, not medical terms, and defines a person with a disability as “a person who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities.

What Can You Do with a Dissertation Editor Gift Card?

25th August 2022

The holidays are coming up, and sometimes it’s not easy to figure out what to get friends or family members.

Academic New Year's Resolutions for 2019

25th August 2022

It’s a new year! It’s that time when people make resolutions…and often break them. We did a post like this last year, which you can read here.

Dr. Roda's Recent Trip to USF!

25th August 2022

There are a lot of wonderful things going on here at Dissertation Editor, and we wanted to share some with you, our blog readers.

Qualitative vs. Quantitative Methodology

25th August 2021

What is the difference between qualitative and quantitative Methodology? The difference between qualitative and quantitative projects can be seen in the meaning of each word: qualitative comes from the Latin qualis, “of what kind?” while quantitative comes from the Latin quantus, “of what size?” Qualitative studies seek to understand subjective interrelationships while quantitative studies seek to establish and examine definitive numerical relationships.

Write Every Day

21st September 2020

Writing is central for both working on a thesis and for a career in academia.

Initially I had trouble writing my Project scope for my DBA  as I have an undergraduate in English and an MBA which meant I could write essays at a business report level but not a doctorate level. I reached out to Dr Leach at a Thesis Editor and she spoke with me over the phone several times trying to understand what I needed. She also put together a quick turnaround package as my deadline was very close by. Ultimately, she scheduled an appointment with an editor with many years of experience who guided me back onto the right path. My supervisors at university had only helped me a little but the Thesis Editor team have supported me entirely. I am not only grateful but will be working with Thesis Editor for the entirety of my DBA - the next 4 years. Thank you Dr Leach and thank you to the Thesis Editor team for a wonderful experience.

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