Articles in 'dissertation research'

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    Where to Find Dissertation Help in London

    31st July 2016

    Whether you’re after title inspiration, additional research resources, or simply want to improve your essay writing skills, the sheer concentration […]

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    Top 10 Tips for Writing a Dissertation Methodology

    23rd July 2013

    The methodology typically follows your literature review, so for the purposes of clarity and regaining focus it is useful briefly to recap the central research questions of your dissertation. Define and explain the problems which you seek to address.

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    10 Dissertation Tips: Research Resources

    23rd August 2010

    Carrying out research is one of the most important stages of writing your masters dissertation. Our article on research resources opens up a wealth of options for the dissertation researcher, with information and advice on a whole range of different resources available, and tips on how to use them for the best possible results.
    Be sure to use them for an outstanding, top-class masters dissertation.

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    Top 10 dissertation tips: archive research

    18th August 2010

    Amongst the various research strategies available for masters dissertations, archive research is one of the most valuable and enriching. Our short guide explains the definition and function of an archive, and outlines key methods for archive research to add depth and quality to your masters dissertation writing.
    An archive is a collection of documents and records that have been preserved due to their cultural, historical…….

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    Masters dissertation research – library cataloguing

    16th June 2010

    Starting an undergraduate or postgraduate dissertation means that you are going to be spending plenty of time in libraries and archives. There are a range of library classification systems that are in use in the UK and it is well worth taking a little time to understand them. Some university libraries use several systems (for example the Bliss system and the Dewey system) which can make the researcher’s job that little bit harder. Often this is the result of two collections having been brought together in one library, or that the library decided to change systems and work is in progress! As you start your dissertation writing, make sure you are familiar with the most common classification systems:-

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