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Your thesis is likely to be the largest document you ever write and it is a major challenge for all candidates. The good news is that there is a considerable amount of support and advice available to help you with the writing.
The Institute of Research Training runs a number of writing-related workshops:
You should register for these workshops through the Event Registration System.
The Division of Student Life also provides some useful information on thesis writing.
You can join a thesis study group at your campus. Sessions are held fortnightly and are facilitated by Language and Learning Advisers. See the Thesis study groups website for further information.
Alternatively why not attend an online thesis study group. Try it out ...!
These are held on the first Wednesday of the month from 6-7 pm (Australian Eastern Standard Time) and are facilitated by Language and Learning Advisers. See the Thesis study groups website for further information.
The Thesis Whisperer is a blog newspaper dedicated to the topic of doing a thesis. It has contributors from around the world and covers varying subjects ranging from getting things done, how to write faster, and presenting, to your career, useful resources for students and supervisors and many other interesting, helpful and insightful topics.
Guidelines for editing research theses can be found on the The Institute of Professional Editors Limited website.