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Dissertation Festival

Not sure how to approach your undergraduate dissertation?

These five tips may be just what you need. These tips were written by Francesca Triggs who graduated with a Chinese MA (Hons) degree in 2017. 
With thanks to the School of Languages, Literature and Cultures for sharing this video.

 

Using the Library for Your UG Dissertation
From Sanjna Yechareddy, who graduated in 2020 from the School of Social and Political Science.

Using the Library for your Postgraduate Dissertation

Using the Library for Your Postgraduate Dissertation
From Alex Smith, Doctoral Candidate in the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures

Video 1 - Introduction

Video 4 - Dealing with Literature

Video 7 - Dealing with Versions.

Video 2 - What is a Dissertation?

Video 5 - Research Design.

Video 8 - After you hand-in?

Video 3 - What are Data?

Video 6 - Collection & Analysis.

Data Mindfulness

Data Mindfulness: Making the Most of your Dissertation for Undergraduates (RDS009)

The course is structured following the journey you will go through, from thinking of a research question, to conducting a literature search, to managing data (whichever form this takes), to writing up, and dealing with your dissertation data after submission.

https://www.ed.ac.uk/information-services/research-support/research-data-service/training