How will I keep track of my written research and visual research as I continue on till the completion of my thesis?
Ultimately my goal is to keep the “Graduate Thesis Blog” going till I have completed my MFA program at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
So how will I keep track?
1. My primary method: Mariska Kalmeijer’s Graduate Thesis Blog. The blog will be used as a guide, a planner, a mind map, a written and visual tool for my thesis journey from start to finish.
It is an absolutely wonderful way to keep track of your thought process, research, interviews, etc. till you have completed your final thesis paper.
Every thought will be recorder and categorized, for easy access later. Not only for myself but also for professors, and peers.
2. The world is turning digital, meaning everything saved can easily be lost. My primary way of keeping track of my written research is not only to have everything saved into folders and sub folders on my computer, but to also have hard copies available and highlighted.
Saving online research as PDF’s + printing them, and creating hard copies of all library research + scanning them. This will create one digital and one hard copy of all research.
Depending on the size, these can also be uploaded to the blog.
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