The Ins and Outs of Dissertation Writing: Organization, Transitions, and Scholarly Language

Writing a dissertation requires you to develop a complex argument supported by evidence. To do this well, you must learn how to organize your argument, transition to and between ideas, and write at the doctoral level. In this webinar, you will learn tips and strategies to sharpen your scholarly writing skills.
We will discuss how to: 

  • Organize your writing for clarity
  • Focus your writing using specific and precise language
  • Transition to new ideas while staying focused and on topic
  • Justify your ideas and research decisions

The Ins and Outs of Dissertation Writing: Organization, Transitions, and Scholarly Language
 

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About the Presenter

Veronica Richard received her Ph.D. (University of Northern Colorado, 2010) in Applied Statistical Research and Research Methods with a cognate in Reading. She has extensive training and experience in qualitative methodologies and methods and in literacy. Veronica is a reviewer for several journals, including Qualitative Research in Psychology, Emerging Adulthood, and the International Journal of Research and Methods in Education. She serves to give voice to those whose voice is traditionally discounted or silenced through investigating and practicing social, cultural and ethical pedagogy, research, and mentoring.  Helping others navigate and gain confidence in scholarly discourse is one of her main goals.

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