The Writing and Learning Commons (WaLC) has a library of resources available for graduate students. Visit us in Belk 207 and ask the front desk about browsing our selection:
Writing Your Dissertation in Fifteen Minutes a Day
Yvonne Bui, How to Write a Master's Thesis
Irene Clark, Writing the Successful Thesis or Dissertation
Joyner, Rouse, and Glatthorn, Writing the Winning Thesis or Dissertation
Lunenburg and Irby, Writing a Successful Thesis or Dissertation
David Madsen, Successful Dissertations and Theses
Evelyn Ogden, Completing Your Dissertation in Two Semesters or Less
Waring and Kearins, Thesis Survivor Stories
WaLC writing tutors are trained to work with you to make your writing better. However, the WaLC is not designed to edit your thesis or proofread your entire draft. If you would like thesis help, contact the WaLC (828-227-2274) in the beginning stages and decide on a schedule to work with a writing tutor for an hour at a time throughout your process.
In addition to on-campus writing tutoring, WCU students have access to Smarthinking, an online tutoring option. To gain access to Smarthinking, contact Distance and Online Programs at email@example.com.
Thesis Writing 101: Tips and Tricks for a Successful Thesis
This presentation gives an overview of the thesis writing process from choosing an advisor and a topic to writing and revising a long written project. Participants will actively brainstorm and discuss their ideas, fears, and writing habits. After the workshop, students should have a basic understanding of the components of a thesis and the tasks they should prepare for as they begin their research.
Visit our Workshop page to request this presentation (please allow two weeks between the time of your request and your preferred workshop date).
To view the Prezi for this workshop, click here.
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