Help for Hoarders

When you start a project, it's easy to go nuts and squirrel away every potentially useful source in your reference management program. To avoid getting overwhelmed, we recommend three steps for gaining control of your stockpile: collect, select, and inspect.

Created by: Jana Votteler – Published on: 9/25/2018
Tags: Workflow Beginning students Reference management

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The Final Polish

If you want your thesis to really shine, it's a good idea to have another person proofread or copyedit it. But what's the difference between proofreading and copyediting, anyway? Should you hire a freelancer or agency? And, is it academically dishonest to use a copyeditor?

Our latest blog post looks at all these questions and more.

Created by: – Published on: 9/10/2018
Tags: Graduate students Writing tips

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From Master's Thesis to New Job

Want to work on a thesis with a company but scared to contact them and not sure where to start? Our support team member Jana shares her experiences writing a thesis for a company and how it continues to help her in her job today.

Created by: Jana Votteler – Published on: 8/13/2018
Tags: Writing

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The One-Inch Picture Frame

Large writing projects can often be overwhelming. If you sometimes feel paralyzed by how much you have to do, take a look at the simple but effective tip from novelist Anne Lamott in our latest blog post.

Created by: Jennifer Schultz – Published on: 7/30/2018
Tags: Writing tips

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