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Dissertation Writing Support

We have created a new Blackboard shell for all EdD students. Log in and look under “organizations” for EdD program. This shell will last from your first semester in the program until your dissertation defense. You have an opportunity to network with other EdD students through Blackboard tools as well as access all dissertation writing resources in one place. The Dissertation Committee Form can be turned in through the Blackboard shell. You can also sign up for CORDs (Conversations on Research Design) through Blackboard.

EdD students receive a monthly newsletter with dissertation writing tips and reminders of upcoming events and deadlines. See the latest issue here.

Have you submitted your prospectus? This is the first step before IRB submission. Download a blank prospectus here and follow instructions on the last page. Make sure to follow the checklist.

The LU Dissertation template already has all the formatting done for you! Download and use for all of your dissertation writing, from the abstract to the reference page.

• All EDA 78000 students are encouraged to attend the Capstone III workshops (EDA 77500) on Monday nights. Please see schedule for details.

• Dissertation defenses are held Friday mornings in Roemer. Please see the calendar for more information.

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