How to prepare your doctoral thesis: Check out the latest library guide

Subject:  Multidisciplinary
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This new library guide will help guide you through your doctoral studies, providing sources for finding articles, tips on academic writing and support for getting published.

Library Services for Research, in in collaboration with the UOC Doctoral School have put this dossier together by selecting content that will help doctoral students with their research project.

The content has been designed to cover every phase in preparing a doctoral thesis, including searching for data, writing, and publishing results. It contains websites for students to find useful articles as well as tips on academic writing. Additionally, a part of the dossier is dedicated especially to information on the UOC's doctoral studies.

What does this library guide have in store for you?

  • Seven national and international repositories and databases specializing in the deposit of doctoral theses.
  • Free online guides and courses from leading world universities that offer techniques and resources for academic writing.
  • Web pages and documentation that should be considered when writing a doctoral thesis at the UOC.
  • An information graphic with recommendations for students to make the most of their search time and a list of the UOC Library's platforms and databases.