This is the "Home" page of the "Guide for Thesis Writers at Brandeis" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content

Brandeis University Library Technology ServiceslineLibrary CatalogDatabasese-journalsAsk a librarian

Guide for Thesis Writers at Brandeis  

This guide will help Juniors and Seniors engaged in a thesis writing project at Brandeis University.
Last Updated: Jun 25, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

Home Print Page



To help you meet the many parts of the challenge ahead, we've created this guide. It will help you at different points along your path to completion:

  • Understanding exactly what is expected of you
  • How to do an extended research project and what are some key databases we recommend
  • How to use Interlibrary Loan to acquire any materials Brandeis may not own
  • Learn about Zotero-- a citation management tool -- to make the daunting task of keeping your citations in order a lot easier!
  • Get advice and tips with steps to researching and writing a thesis, --and how to keep unstuck in the long process ahead
  • Lastly, how to submit your thesis to the Brandeis Archives and about your choices of publishing in an online repository

Use this guide at any point during your thesis research and writing.

Bon chance!


Quick Overview of This Guide


Librarians at LTS

Want to get in touch with a librarian?

Visit us at our help page (just click the "Library" link) or see our contact information here

Want to see us in person? Stop by the reference desk on the first floor of the Goldfarb/Farber Library from 11-5 Monday - Thursday and 11-4 on Friday!

Gina Bastone 
Pat Gamsby
Jen Giordano
Laura Hibbler
Erin Jerome 
Dzintra Lacis 
Maggie McNeely 
Melanie Radik 
Aimee Slater
Alex Willett
Zoe Weinstein
Lisa Zeidenberg

Library Technology Services


Loading  Loading...