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Research Cycle Guide: 6. Writing up

Useful books

CPUT Libraries has many useful books to help you write a first-class thesis or dissertation. Below is a selection of them. You can find more by searching the catalogue

Remember: you can always get books from any other branches. Just ask at the Circulation Desk in your nearest library.

Editing

CPUT subscribes to Grammerly, a grammer checking programme. Ask your supervisor to set you up in Blackboard/MyClassroom. Contact the Centre for eLearning to find out more.

How to write your thesis

Below is the first of a three part lecture by James Hayton. The other two parts are available here:

How to Write a Great Research Paper

Writing software

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