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ACCESS to (old) 1.9 Moodle Ph.D. Program site with supplemental resources for students and faculty: When you are logged into the Marywoodyou portal, there is a link to Moodle 1.9(old Moodle). 

 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATION COPIES

Copies of doctoral student dissertations can be found in the library collection by visiting the library home page. To review all dissertation titles click on "Our Catalog", then click on "Power Search", and then limit "Type" to "Dissertation-Third Floor-near Juvenile Collection".  It is also possible to do a general title search to narrow the results.

Any bound copies of Dissertation must be printed on acid-free paper including the title page. The Policy and Procedures for the publication and binding of Dissertation copies through the Learning Resource Center can be found at: http://www.marywood.edu/policy/tagmenu.html?tag=dissertation&tagCount=1.

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TEXTBOOK RESOURCE

The following textbook is recommended as a resource for writing the dissertation:

Demystifying Dissertation Writing: A Streamlined Process from Choice of Topic to Final Text by Peg Boyle Single, Ph.D., Stylus Publishing, LLC.,

Publication Date: September 2009 | ISBN-10: 1579223133 | ISBN-13: 978-1579223137

AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY RESEARCH (AIJCR)

This peer-reviewed and refereed multidiscipline journal publishes contemporary research articles in the areas of business, humanities, social science, science, and technology and may be an appropriate journal for the publication of a research article upon the successful completion of dissertation. 

FACULTY RESEARCH:

For information on faculty research when seeking to put together a dissertation committee or confer on a topic, Ph.D. students can refer to the 2012-2014 Graduate Catalog on PP. 296-306 "Department Faculty and Their Research."

APA 6th Edition: An Overview of the Basics

(This resource is provided for students writing in the APA style.)

PhD Program in Human Development

 

For more information, contact the Ph.D. Program Director's Office at (570) 348-6279.