- Thesis format The School of Graduate Studies (SGS) provides detailed information on the format of Master's and Ph.D theses: http://www.mun.ca/sgs/go/guid_policies/Guidelines_2013.pdf.
- SGS thesis templates (MS Word) are available at http://www.mun.ca/sgs/etheses/templates.php.
- A linguistics-specific thesis template for LibreOffice and OpenOffice is provided by Dr. Yvan Rose: http://mun.ca/linguistics/graduate/research_resources/ThesisTemplate-MUN_Linguistics.ott
Department of Linguistics guidelines
- Glossing linguistic data If you have linguistic data to present in your papers, follow the guidelines set out in the Leipzig Glossing Conventions. This document also provides you with a list of commonly used abbreviations for glossing which you should use if you have no other directions to follow.
- General formatting and organizational guidelines (creating a list of references, numbering sections and subsections, placing and content of footnotes, document layout, etc.) Writing linguistics papers: General guidelines.