This workshop covers what you need to know as soon as you get ready to submit your thesis or dissertation, including: This hands-on workshop guides students through the process of formatting their thesis or dissertation, exploring copyright considerations for theses and dissertations, and resources in the KU Libraries that can help.
You can view the video from the Spring 2018 ETD Workshop here.
Several resources are available to assist you with formatting your thesis or dissertation according to the AU guidelines and your chosen style guide.
MS Word templates and La Te X templates are available.
April 2, -pm, Alderson Auditorium, Kansas Union The workshop is offered once in the spring and once in the fall.
For those unable to attend this session, there is a recording and slides from a previous workshop (with the same content) linked below.To increase the impact of research produced at KU, a dissertation or thesis may be available in both KU Scholar Works and Pro Quest.Embargo is the term used to describe a delayed release or delayed availability of scholarly work.Students with questions about how to format in MS Word or the MS Word template can schedule an appointment with their school's ETD administrator.Information about American University's Microsoft Word and La Te X templates designed to assist you in formatting your thesis or dissertation. Word Templates PC-Word 2016 Login using your AU email and password.To find more information about the workshop, please review the links below.If you have questions about this workshop, please contact Marianne Reed.Note: If your research will involve observing, surveying, interviewing, or experimenting on human subjects, you must consult with your department/school representative to the University’s Institutional Review Board.If your research meets the definition of human subjects research, you will need to complete ethics training and submit a project description for IRB approval before you can begin the project.We encourage you to explore theses and dissertations previously published by students from your department and related fields.This can be a great way to learn more about how students are handling field-specific requirements or challenges, like large numbers of images or large data sets.