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Online PhD Guide
Everything you could possible need to know about undertaking a PhD, from guides on how to write a thesis, and how to manage your time, to how doing a PhD affects you emotionally.
How to Organize your Thesis
A note by Prof. John W. Chinneck about graduate research and how to write Master's and Doctoral theses. Also contains a generic thesis skeleton.
PhD: First Thoughts to Finished Writing
by Learning Advisors from the University of Queensland's Student Support Services. Includes FAQ's about your PhD and a stage-by-stage look at a PhD.
Writing a Literature Review
From Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
Writing Guidelines for Engineering and Science Students
From Michael Alley, Virhinia Tech, and other contributing editors: formats, checklists, and model documents for several writing situations that engineers and scientists face.
Citing Electronic Resources
Many people want to know how to cite information that they find on the Internet in school papers, theses, reports, etc. There is no definitive answer, but many people have made suggestions. This site lists places to go for recommended electronic information citation guides.
Guide to Grammar and Style
A miscellany of grammatical rules and explanations, comments on style, and suggestions on usage compiled by an assistant professor in the English Department of Rutgers University for his classes.
Writing and Presenting Your Thesis or Dissertation
This guide has been created by S. Joseph Levine, Ph.D. to assist graduate students in thinking through the many aspects of crafting, implementing and defending a thesis or dissertation.