Learning Commons:Chapman Learning Commons/Thesis Formatting

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All theses and dissertations must comply with specific formatting requirements in order to be approved and accepted by the Faculty of Graduate Studies, UBC Library, and Library and Archives Canada. The Chapman Learning Commons provides a thesis template and select online tutorials to make this process easier for you. Please note that these resources are provided for your convenience, however, the Chapman Learning Commons in unable to provide technical support for thesis formatting support.

For more information on thesis formatting, please see the Faculty of Graduate Studies page on Dissertation & Thesis Preparation.

Templates and Guides

Sample Thesis Template

Our sample thesis template includes an automatic table of contents, headings and other formatting requirements already completed. All you need to do is add your content. For information on how to use this template, please visit the Research Commons Help Desk located on the second floor of Koerner Library.

Word 2003 (PC)

Thesis Formatting Basics: Table of Contents, Page Numbering and List of Figures/Tables
Troubleshooting Tips, Commons Issues and Troubleshooting

Word 2007 (PC)

Table of Contents, Page Numbering and List of Figures/Tables
Troubleshooting Tips, Commons Issues and Troubleshooting

Word 2008 (Mac)

Table of Contents, Page Numbering and List of Figures/Tables
Tips, Commons Issues and Troubleshooting