Name Professor Course Date Strategies to manage a dissertation A dissertation is a written document which covers a particular subject in detail and is mostly submitted in the course of qualifying for a doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) degree. It is also referred to as a thesis. To come up with a good dissertation one needs to have a strategy or strategies to achieve a successful dissertation. Most of the candidates pursuing the doctorate do not start their dissertation soon enough since it is a completely new experience for them and far much different than other previous work they have done. By a data analysis. This will ensure you come up with quality findings for the dissertation. The main focus is to have a clear research strategy that one can implement then you can go ahead and collect data. References Bloomberg L. D. & Volpe M. (2012). Completing your qualitative dissertation: A road map from beginning to end. Sage Publications.Grove C. E. (2011). Qualitative Research in Education: A User's Guide by LICHTMAN MARILYN. The Modern Language Journal 95(3) 470-471. Lunenburg F. C. & Irby B. J. (2008). Writing a successful thesis or dissertation: Tips and strategies for students in the social and behavioral sciences. Corwin press. [...]
Post the strategies you plan to use to manage the resources for your dissertation. Include steps for tracking your search techniques. Describe your strategies for storing and backing up your resources and the tools you will use or have found to be useful.