Write your appendix headings in the same manner as your chapter headings.
Consult with the Theses Office if necessary, and determine which method would be best for your content.
A clear, complete, and valid representation of the data (e.g.
patterns, themes) that have emerged as a result of the study are reported in this chapter.
A tutorial on setting up page numbers in Word can be found on the Formatting section of the ETD Resource Center website.
The completed dissertation contains five chapters (see specific information about page layout and text requirements in the Dissertation Guide section of Lamson Library page): Chapter 1: Introduction and Purpose of the Study.You may include one appendix or a number of appendices.If you have more than one appendix, you would letter each accordingly (i.e., Appendix A, Appendix B, etc.).This chapter makes a case for the significance of the problem.It provides an introduction to the basic components of the study and states the research question(s) that guide the inquiry.This chapter synthesizes and discusses the results in light of the study’s research questions, literature review, and conceptual framework.This chapter reflects a deep understanding of what lies beneath the findings—that is, what those findings .Your thesis/dissertation is comprised of several different sections which require a distinct numbering format.All page numbers should be located in the bottom, right-hand corner of each page that requires them.This means that the text is fully removed, and cannot be copied & pasted out of the document.If you have material that cannot be included within your document (data, audio, video, hi-resolution images), you can upload supplemental material files to your library submission record (in addition to your thesis document). If you are including supplemental material in your submission, you must also include an appendix within your thesis document, which contains an overall description of the subject matter, credits, and file name(s).