Monthly Archives: September 2014

Doing It For the First Time: A Beginner’s Guide to Research Pt. II

Well, it’s hard to believe but the summer is officially over and now begins the chaos of the start of term. In the midst of moving house, catching up with friends and generally getting back in to the swing of things, it is easy for an ongoing project like a dissertation to be pushed to the side-lines but at HE History Hub we’re here to make sure you keep it front and centre.

In earlier posts we have looked at some of the things to bear in mind when embarking on a dissertation and some of the practicalities of getting to the material that makes a dissertation possible. In this post I want to think more broadly about managing a project like this, both in terms of the data you’ve collected and in terms of time. Continue reading Doing It For the First Time: A Beginner’s Guide to Research Pt. II

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