The final overview of the semester for the Electronic Theses, Dissertations, and Reports program, or ETDR, is 3-5 p.m. Thursday, April 3, in Room 206 of the K-State Student Union. These sessions are a joint offering from the Graduate School, K-State Libraries, and the Information Technology Assistance Center. Continue reading “Grad students: Last ETDR overview is Thursday, April 3”
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Working on ethnographic field data? Just finished conducting a large-scale online survey? Exploring grounded theory? Engaged in action research? Portraiture?
Analyzing data and information from a range of digital data types? Conducting a qualitative meta-analysis?
Working on a qualitative or mixed methods thesis, dissertation, or manuscript?
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Does your department have a weekly seminar for graduate students? Does your graduate student association have regular meetings? If so, plan to invite an ETDR consultant to one of your meetings to review the best ways to use Microsoft Word to format your electronic thesis, dissertation, or report (ETDR). Continue reading “Graduate students: Invite an ETDR consultant to your meetings”
The Graduate School and the Information Technology Assistance Center are offering a one-hour overview of the electronic theses, dissertations, and reports program (ETDR). The sessions will be on these dates:
- Friday, Sept. 21, 2-3 p.m.
- Monday, Oct. 1, 11 a.m.-noon
Both sessions will be in the Town Hall of the Leadership Studies Building. Continue reading “Grad students: Don’t miss the ETDR Overview”