Alternative Dissertation Proposal Precis
What are Open Educational Resources?
The Open Dissertation
Related Scholarly (Plat)Forms
Why Pursue an Alternative Dissertation Model?
Inclusive Design Considerations
Change-Log (Future Addition)
Steel Wagstaff (UW-Madison)
Virginia Kuhn (UW-Milwaukee)
Laura Gogia (Virginia Commonwealth University)
Nick Sousanis (Columbia University)
Amanda Visconti (University of Maryland)
Matthew Lincoln (U-Maryland)
A. D. Carson (Clemson U)
Gregory T. Donovan (Fordham University)
Dwayne Dixon (Duke University)
Sample Primary Text Interaction Space
Using the Hypothesis Annotation Pane
Affiliation: Educational Research and Evaluation, Virginia Commonwealth University
Laura Gogia composed an open, born-digital dissertation and successfully defended this project in 2016. In addition to creating an online, interactive version of her text dissertation using Scalar, Laura blogged about her composition process at Messy Thinking and held an open, live-tweeted defense.
Tools used: Scalar (publishing platform), WordPress, Twitter, visualization tools
Laura Gogia’s Dissertating in the Open infographic 
Dissertation Form Proposal by Naomi Salmon is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.