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Dissertation & Doctoral Project Formatting & Clearance  

After you successfully defend your dissertation or doctoral project, what happens? This is a guide to submitting your dissertation or doctoral project for the formatting check and final copy.
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How Do You Cite a Source with Missing Information?

The APA Style Blog post, "Missing Pieces: How to Write an APA Style Reference Even Without All the Information," provides a fantastic table that helps you solve the mystery of putting it all together. 


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