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4 Reasons You Only Need Google Scholar for Your Literature Review

By Amanda on Thursday, October 27th, 2016 in Literature Review | No Comments

Being a research consultant, I get a lot of questions from students of all degree levels about how they can find relevant literature on the Internet and what kind of databases they should pursue. They will come to me and throw every name of a database they ever heard to sound smart perhaps. It gets stranger when I ask them to calm down and tell them all they need to learn is how to use Google... Continue reading →


21 Nursing Dissertation Topics for Nursing Dissertation

By Adam on Wednesday, October 26th, 2016 in Nursing | No Comments

Pursuing nursing degree, in major fields of research, requires a number of important considerations when it comes to the dreaded course of your dissertation. Among those is the treacherous task of picking your nursing dissertation topic. A lot of examples of dissertation topics in nursing you see on the Internet are either already used or not of great... Continue reading →


5 Ways to Guarantee a Fail Grade for Your Undergraduate Dissertation

By Liam on Tuesday, October 25th, 2016 in Undergraduate | No Comments

That’s right. There are ways to guarantee a fail grade for your dissertation. As much as blogs talk about ways to succeed with your submissions, there isn’t enough focus on things you could do wrong. Of course, it gets tougher to handle with an undergraduate dissertation because, well, it’s your first attempt at writing something of this length and complexity. So, here are the five... Continue reading →


23 Marketing Dissertation Topics for Undergraduate and MBA Students

By Liam on Friday, October 21st, 2016 in Marketing | No Comments

Picking the right topic among the current marketing dissertation topics available is the first, and could be the most time consuming, the exercise of the marketing dissertation course. Not only are there considerations of your supervisor’s approval involved but also the matter of finding something that is easy rather than tough to carry on with. Your... Continue reading →