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Guidance on Organizing your Research
How to Write a Thesis by
Eco's wise and witty guide to researching and writing a thesis. Written in the 1970s it still offers timeless recommendations on how to get going with a writing project.
Guidance on doing Literature Reviews
This article by Cisco covers effective ways to collect and organize information & then write a directed literature review. Particularly see the example in p. 49-51.
Writing up Qualitative Research by
Guidance on every aspect of the writing process from beginning to end. Offers suggestions on how to proceed from the mechanics of preparing a manuscript to pointers on how to improve or jump-start the writing process. With empathic compassion Wolcott, author of many publications, shows how he has grappled with all the same anxieties and fears of writers at every level.
Guidance on Gathering Information