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Organized into Milestones That Measure and Guide Progress
Master CompletionThroughout the variety of final work required for Masters' Degrees two skills hold true: the need for critical thinking and academic writing skills. These technologies guide those and a research capstone as well.
Designing the ResearchThis phase guides you through understanding what is required of your dissertation / thesis and guiding you through the iterative research design process.
Your First Few Chapters as You Tackle Academic WritingPhase 2 guides you through academic writing standards for your Introduction, Review of Literature, and Methodology sections.
Post Data Analysis WritingYou enter phase three as finish collecting you data. Phase 3 guides you through analysis, final writing and onto defense, viva or completion.
PublishingDirectly after you complete your doctorate is the best time for you to rework your research and get it published. Phase 4 has it's own challenges.
A Suite of "Small Technologies" Designed to Ease Tensions in Graduate Work for Universities, Professors and Students
Lack of internal consistency is your root challenge at final defense or Viva. DoctoralNet's full system of eight strategies build consistency from the design through writing to the final draft.
Laid out like conversations between you and the best doctoral mentors, these forms ask you to consider the full range of criteria you will be up against at examination.
Self guiding interactive content lays out the various steps of the research process in a manner that can be visited and revisited as needed.
Milestones establish internal and external accountability. Sent by email once a month - they provide you the motivation to keep going.
Wouldn't you like to have your ideas confirmed or discussed as you write - within 24 hours? Professors on quick instant messaging give you the quick feedback you need.
DoctoralNet webinars break through the isolation you may feel as you work on your dissertation or thesis. Retired professors, develop a library with 80 live, online webinars a year, outlining and explaining the subtleties of research and academic writing.
The only daily email that enjoys a 45% open rate, 365 days a year. Independent research is lonely and many who fail do so because they lose motivation. 365 push notifications keep you motivated through the entire process
Students appreciate opportunities to work with each other across international boundaries, as they progress their own work. DoctoralNet leverages the borderless opportunity of the web to incorporate video, social media, groupwork in a variety of events throughout the year.
Students opt-in for 1:1 time with a retired professor, helping them get over the individual challenges they face.
Watch for our game to help unpack the subtleties in research bias.
Free community to all doctoral students around the world - join groups for the discussions you need.