DIT Academic Writing Resources

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

College of Arts and Tourism

Guidelines for Essay Writing

Comprehensive document from the Department of Social Sciences containing advice on writing styles, structuring assignments, referencing standards and presentation. Written specifically with First Year students in mind, but useful for all undergraduates

Dissertation Handbook School of Hospitality Management and Tourism

The Right Way To Write Handbook

College of Business

College of Business Style Guide

College of Engineering and Built Environment

College of Sciences and Health

Guidance on Writing Scientific Essays and Reports in Nutrition

POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS

Academic Writing for Postgraduate Students

General guide for academic writing and presentation of written assignments. Suitable for postgraduate level in the arts, humanities, business, education, the social sciences and built environment.

School of Social Sciences and L‌aw Academic Writing and Publishing Matters

A comprehensive guide to writing styles, referencing, MA and PhD thesis production, and publication

Department of Social Sciences Dissertation Handbook

Guidelines for final year undergraduates and taught MA students in the Department of Social Sciences.

DIT Referencing Guides

APA Style

 

DIT APA Referencing Guide

Guide to the APA referencing system

DIT Mature Student Support APA Referencing

Short guide to the APA referencing system  

 

There are copies of the APA manual available to borrow in the library

 

Harvard style

 

DIT Library Harvard Referencing Guide

This document provides a short guide to the Harvard referencing system.

 

DIT Mature Student Support Harvard Referencing

Short guide to the Harvard referencing system

 

College Guides

 

College of Business Style Guide

 

General Guide for Academic Writing and Presentation of Written Assignments

 

 

http://www.dit.ie/media/images/study/maturestudents/Academic%20Writing%20Guide%202009.pdf

 

Postgraduate level in the arts, humanities, business, education, the social sciences and built environment.

 

 

 

 

 

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