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Office of Research and Doctoral Services:

About MyDR

The My Doctoral Research system is designed to assist you and your committee in navigating your doctoral research journey. The MyDR system landing pages will track your progress and serve as a central location for resources to support that progress. Many resources can be found on the Office of Research and Doctoral Services and the Writing Center websites. Please preview each of these websites to become acquainted with their content. The TaskStream element of the MyDR system will be used to establish a process flow tool in which you exchange and store faculty evaluations and feedback of your work as you progress along that journey.


It is important to recognize that each new step in the doctoral research journey builds upon the last step; therefore, it is crucial that your work in each step in the MyDR process flow be submitted only after the previous step has been successfully completed. Attempting to “jump ahead” of the current step in the process flow, for example by submitting work to future stages in the sequence, will result in the need for administrative team members to return premature submissions which will cause unnecessary delays to your progress. Please refer to the MyDR system training materials, FAQ document and contact resources if you have specific questions regarding navigating the MyDR system.


Accessing MyDR

MyDR is accessed from a link on the Course Home of your capstone's classroom. From there you will be able to access the Taskstream component of MyDR to submit your documents for review by your committee.

For further guidance on accessing MyDR, please visit the Customer Care webpage on MyDR and Taskstream

Process Documents

MyDR Self-Paced Modules

The following module provides an overview of the MyDR system. If you run into any technical issues, try clearing your browser’s cache or switching to another browser. The module works best in Google Chrome and Firefox.

MyDR Student Overview

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