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Shifts in the academy and society over the last few decades have led to a world-wide conversation on rethinking approaches to the doctoral dissertation. This report offers an overview of the changes occurring in the dissertation and summarizes the consultations held with the Canadian graduate education community over the past two years. It concludes with a call to action for universities.
Informing the series of recommendations published in the final report above, this earlier document outlines CAGS’ nationwide consultation process to facilitate the conversation on the dissertation’s purpose, content, structure, and assessment.
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