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The Dissertation Bulletin is packed with useful information and completely free.
The Dissertation Bulletin is a bi-weekly email newsletter with hints and tips to help you with your dissertation. Every issue focuses on a subject of interest to postgrads and supervisors. That may be topic selection, effective library use, an interview with an experienced supervisor or examiner, writing suggestions, or any other relevant topic. Sometimes a guest article will be included, and there's space reserved for your questions and comments in every edition.
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So why should you subscribe? It's a quick, easy and free way to learn a bit more about the art and craft of researching and writing a good dissertation. It will save you time and effort, and hopefully let you avoid some of the errors that are repeated in dissertations time and again. In short, it will make your life easier.
If you signed up and don't receive the bulletin within a couple of hours, please send me an email. It's probably a typo in your email address (this happens more than you'd think).
A note to supervisors
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