To prepare for the form and style review, use the following checklist, which is the same checklist we use when we review capstone manuscripts and the checklist we return to the student and committee along with their completed review.
A DIT doctoral study is a formal manuscript written on applied information technology research. Walden DIT doctoral studies consist of three sections: Section 1: Foundation of the Study, Section 2: The Project, Section 3: Application to Professional Practice and Implications for Change.
Access samples of published DBA doctoral studies through the Walden library website under Databases. You can also access the Office of Student Research Administration for additional information on the DIT doctoral study process.
For proposal or doctoral study APA or writing-related questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Walden editors are currently revising and updating the template instructional video.
Please review the 2019 Capstone Writing Clinic presentation, Using the Capstone Template.
In this video form and style editors, Dr. Joe Gredler and Carey Little Brown, as well as capstone support editor, Sam Herrington, demonstrate and discuss how to use the Walden capstone templates.
The opening and introduction in this recording, about the first 20 minutes, covers:
The second portion of this recording, from about 20 minutes in (until the end), includes a visual demonstration of using the actual template in MS Word, including:
In addition, Walden editors suggest students review the SMRTguides on document formatting and Correcting Common Errors in the Capstone Template Table of Contents.