Faculty and Graduate Services Head
124 Hale Library
Manhattan, KS 66506
We've compiled a list of resources and expert contacts to help you succeed in your academic undertakings. If you have any questions, you can Ask a Librarian.
Friday, September 5th at 1:00 pm | 301 Hale Library
First Friday Data Workshops: DMPTool School - Learn the ins-and-outs of creating a successful Data Management Plan (DMP). Please sign up online to attend.
Monday, September 8th at 1:30 pm | 407 Hale Library
The Library and Your Research: Effective Literature Reviews - This workshop will review the process of putting together a literature review for an article, thesis, or dissertation.
Monday, September 15th at 1:30 pm at 1:30 pm | 407 Hale Library
The Library and Your Research: Understanding RefWorks - Learn how to set up an account, import and share citations, create and export bibliographies, and more. Bring to class your laptop to work on your personal account.
Monday, October 6th at 1:30 pm at 1:30 pm | 407 Hale Library
The Library and Your Research: Making Data Work for You - Fundamentals of data management, best practices for storage and backup, and developing a good documentation.
Monday, October 20th at 1:30 pm at 1:30 pm | 407 Hale Library
The Library and Your Research: Using Citation Management Tools - The class will highlight the pros and cons of citation managers such as Zotero, Mendeley, and EndNote, along with a brief demonstration of each tool.
Monday, November 3rd at 1:30 pm at 1:30 pm | 401 Hale Library
The Library and Your Research: Know Your CopyRights! - The session will include topics such as managing/registering the copyright of your thesis/dissertation, public domain, fair use, and more.
Monday, November 17th at 1:30 pm at 1:30 pm | 407 Hale Library
The Library and Your Research: Preparing Your ETDR for Submission - Learn how to use the required template to prepare your thesis or dissertation.
Hale 306 and 309 provide a quiet place exclusively for graduate students to work. Register using the Graduate Study Room Request Form each academic year to access the rooms with your Wildcat ID card.
K-State Libraries offer assistance and support when setting up your research project.
Schedule an appointment with a librarian for assistance.
Learn how to organize and safeguard your data in order to preserve your work for future publication and recovery.
RefWorks helps organize all your citations by topic, class, or project. This service is free for K-State students and faculty.
Visit K-State’s RefWorks Help Center for more assistance with citations and bibliographies.
Organizing and safeguarding your data is necessary in order to preserve your work for future publication and recovery. Find all the details of data management in this helpful guide.
Deposit your finished project in the K-State Research Exchange (K-REx) for permanent, public access. K-REx also accepts journal articles, conference papers, technical reports, and electronic theses/dissertations/reports (ETDR).
Consumer Movement Archives Research Award-Awarded annually, the award gives $3000 to a faculty member, graduate student, or independent researcher to travel to Manhattan, KS to conduct scholarly research using CMA materials.
Kirmser Undergraduate Research Award-Awarded annually, the awards are given to K-State undergraduates who conduct exceptional library research for course projects.