Answered By: Jennifer Bazeley Last Updated: Sep 25, 2017 Views: 16
Before students begin writing, they should review the Guide for Writing Theses and Dissertations, which details mechanics, formats, and procedures for preparing the thesis, dissertation, internship, or practicum report. These guidelines are established by the Graduate School and are available by contacting email@example.com or visiting the Graduate Student Association Canvas site.
Use the format and style used by leading professional journals or style sheets in your discipline or professional field. You must also meet the Graduate School and OhioLINK format requirements.
All students submitting a thesis or dissertation must deposit it electronically at OhioLINK. Before beginning to write, you should email the Graduate School at firstname.lastname@example.org for the template and instructions for mechanics and procedures from the Graduate School. Your thesis must be electronically deposited at OhioLINK at least 14 working days before commencement, or as determined by the Graduate School. The only paper submitted to the Graduate School by the student will be the original signature/title page on plain white copy paper.
Before beginning to write, you should obtain a template and instructions for mechanics and procedures from the Graduate School. Generally, format and style used by leading professional journals in your field or A Manual for Writers (Kate L. Turabian) serves as a guide. Check your writing format early with the Graduate School to avoid any delay. A final format check and approval by the Graduate School are required before your dissertation is accepted and electronically deposited.
All students submitting a dissertation must deposit it electronically. Your dissertation must be electronically deposited at OhioLINK at least 21 working days before commencement or as determined by the Graduate School. The only paper submitted to the Graduate School by the student will be the original Certificate page (with original committee signatures) which is the first page of the dissertation.