Academic Resources at BYU
Below are some helpful general resources to help you as a graduate student at BYU:
BYU Graduate Studies
This is a very important website for you as a graduate student. It includes all official academic forms, deadlines and information for admission and funding.
BYU Office of Research and Creative Works
This is an important resource for any student who will be working with people as a part of their research. Home to the IRB (Internal Review Board) and Orca Research Grant.
BYU IT Training
BYU's office of Information Technology offers free mini-courses to train you on different software such as Excel, Photoshop and Illustrator, as well as help you prepare for the electronic thesis and dissertation publication process.
BYU Copyright Licensing Office
This office can help you understand copyright issues, assist you in other publications besides your thesis and also help you learn how to wisely interact with publishers. You can take an online copyright tutorial or even set up an appointment to meet with a specialist.
BYU's Harold B. Lee Library has a variety of research librarians who are available to help you as you begin to compile your literature review. Be sure to make an appointment ahead of time and come with well-defined research questions. They can help you refine your online searches and come away with dozens of potential references for your thesis!