Completing your research
You've done most of the hard work and have finished writing your thesis. Your supervisors have read and re-read your draft and have told you that you are nearly ready to submit.
- RESA workshops are designed to assist you to become your own editor, so it is important to attend RESA workshops from the commencement of your candidature. Also check guidelines for thesis editing and list of editors before approaching an editor.
- Information about printing the thesis.
- Choosing an examiner - Your principal supervisor is responsible for recommending suitable examiners. You will often have some input into this but an examiner cannot have offered any 'substantive' advice on your work so this probably cannot be someone you have collaborated with in any way.
- Completing your reviews of progress. You're not quite finished! You need to complete your reviews of progress but this can be done after your thesis is submitted and will give you something to fill in the time while you are waiting for your examiner's reports!
- Once your thesis has been approved you are required to deposit a digital copy in the UniSA Research Archive. Click this link to open the on-line depositing resource.