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Advanced Research & Doctoral Dissertation

Advanced Research & Doctoral Dissertation

Welcome! My name is Katie Glaeser, and I am the Electronic Resources Librarian here at the University of Lynchburg.  I am also a recent alum of our EdD program.  This is a picture of me just after I defended my dissertation on the 31st of July 2020.  I made it, and you can too!

The purpose of this page is to provide guidance for advanced research and the dissertation process, and to share with you some of the things that worked for me in my own research journey. Use the links at the left to navigate through the content.  You can also schedule an appointment with me (or any librarian!) for further guidance on your own research journey. 

Katie Glaeser

 

Creative Commons LicenseThis guide was created by Katie Glaeser and is licensed by the University of Lynchburg Library under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License.  You may reproduce any part of it for noncommercial purposes as long as credit is included.  Please license derivative works under Creative Commons as well to encourage sharing and reuse of educational materials.


Librarians:

You may copy this guide in part or in its entirety, as a template in your own LibGuides system as long as you credit me and the University of Lynchburg Library on your copy.  There's no need to ask for permission - go ahead and copy it!