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Web-based tool for managing citations. Format bibliographies and manuscripts and import references from a variety of databases Can be used across multiple platforms, including Windows, Mac, and Unix. Individual account sign-up is required.
Click on the Thesis Template document to download on your computer.
First thing you should do is SAVE AS with your desired document name to your desired location.
Times New Roman
first line indent
subsequent lines left alignment
Lower-case Roman numerals for preface pages (hidden on first two pages, then begin with iii on the third page)
Ordinal numerals begin with Chapter 1
Reference lists should be in Times New Roman 12-point font and left-justified (not block)
Acknowledgement section may be written in first person.
Vita section should be written in third person.
Submitting Your Thesis
After you have successfully defended your thesis and have received final approval of your written thesis from all of your committee members, you will schedule a meeting with Janet Fenske to submit your thesis to ProQuest.
Contact information for Janet Fenske is in the box below
Send Word copy of thesis to Janet Fenske at least 24 hours before your scheduled meeting
Some things to check:
Spell check your paper
Check for "orphaned" headings or subheadings (heading/subheading at the bottom of a page; corresponding paragraphs begin on next page)
To correct, add page break before heading/subheading
Citations are in APA 7th ed. format--be consistent!