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Education Research for Graduate Students

This is a guide for graduate students doing education research

Library Research Guide

Welcome!

Books on shelves at Kansas State University Libraries. Link leads to larger view of same image.

Welcome to the Libraries' guide for graduate students doing education research. Click on the tabs on the left for more information about doing research. If this guide does not have the information or guidance you are looking for, do not hesitate to contact Laura Bonella or Ask A Librarian for help at any time during the library help hours.

Library Resources

Research help

Librarians and staff are available by email or chat to answer research questions or to provide help with using online resources. For general questions, use our Ask A Librarian service, or email me (laurab@ksu.edu) for help. 

Library access and research materials

Hale Library is currently in a phased opening plan. For more information, see Continuation of Libraries Services and Hale Library Hours.

Most printed library materials are still not available following the fire in Hale Library, but you can still use all of our online books and journals. Interlibrary Loan will continue to process requests, however, some requests may be delayed if the libraries that hold those items are closed. 

For Off Campus Students

Almost all of our electronic resources are available to you from off campus by using your eID and password to log on. Interlibrary Services will also scan and e-mail articles from journals that we own, or will mail you books from our collection or borrowed from other libraries. For more information about library resources for distance students, see our Distance Learning page.