Education Research for Graduate Students

This is a guide for graduate students doing education research

Library Research Guide

If you need more help

Please don't hesitate to contact me if you need more help. As your Academic Services Librarian, my goal is to help you be successful with your research! We can meet in person, use Zoom video conference, or chat by phone or email.

Other resources

Our Center for the Advancement of Digital Scholarship (CADS) provides several useful services for researchers.

Copyright Consultation

If you have copyright and fair use questions, submit the consultation form with your questions and/or schedule a meeting with CADS.

New Prairie Press (NPP)

K-State’s open access publishing platform, New Prairie Press, hosts journals, conference proceedings, and scholarly monographs by editors, conference administrators/planners, and authors affiliated with K-State. Contact them at for information about publishing on this platform.   

Check out our list of other research tools

Dissertations, Theses, and Reports

K-State's Graduate School provides information about requirements for dissertation, theses, and reports. Using their template from the beginning of your writing process is a good idea and will save you time at the end! Please note that the Libraries don't provide technical help for dissertation writing. Use the link on that page to schedule appointments for help with the template or other formatting questions.