Links to other helpful Web sites both at Montana State University and around the Internet.
MSU Department of Graduate Education
This is the homepage for MSU’s DGE. This site has information about deadlines, program requirements, forms, and formatting for your dissertation or thesis.
Dissertation/Thesis Formatting Info
Here is the link to the Department of Graduate Education’s page concerning formatting your thesis or dissertation.
MSU Writing Center
The website for the Writing Center at MSU offers all students helpful suggestions about writing style and formatting links (MLA, APA).
Office of International Programs
OIP has information and support services for international students and offers Study Abroad opportunities.
Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL)
The OWL is a great web resource for writing advice and formatting rules.
The OWL Grammar Blog
This blog is a great resource for writers with general questions about academic writing. It offers more than just grammar help and is written in an easy-to-understand voice.
Grammarbook.com is a website that offers grammar and punctuation rules, quizzes on grammar usage, and a lot more.
University of Wisconsin–Writing a Literature Review
Here you can find advice about writing a lit review.
Diana Hacker is the author of many style manuals, including A Writer’s Reference, one of my favorite style manuals. Ms. Hacker’s website offers online versions of her books, which means formatting resources, English as a Foreign Language resources, as well as grammar advice and rules.
In this brief essay, Kurt Vonnegut offers brilliant, and entertaining, advice to writers of all kinds.
The University of Minnesota has developed a dissertation calculator: a tool to help you determine a timeline for your work and establish due dates for yourself.