Library Research Guide
Welcome to the Libraries' Teaching and Learning Center Research Guide! This guide is designed to help you learn how to use K-State Libraries' many resources. If this guide does not have the information you are looking for, don't hesitate to Ask A Librarian for help any time during the Libraries' service hours.
In this guide, you will find pages about the following topics:
Library Instruction connects you to your subject specialist, helps you request a LibGuide for your course, and more.
Libraries Digital Resources provides contact information for librarians in your subject area, as well as books and other resources.
Libraries Services showcases the many resources available for faculty and students to use for various projects or activities.
Email communication to K-State faculty from Tanya González | Professor | Faculty Senate President | Department of English | Kansas State University
"Fair Use and OER: Copyright librarians from across the country came together to create a Fair Use Guide that acknowledges and supports our ability to provide our course materials on Canvas. We also have open educational resources (OER) beyond Google if needed. The Merlot collection, Open Textbook Library and OpenStax College are just some helpful sites for those of us looking for materials to replace chapters in textbooks, texts in the humanities, and face-to-face lab instruction.
Further, the libraries suggest you talk with the Center for for Advancement of Digital Scholarship about processes in place that help you document Fair Use. They have tools on further information on their guide.
Kansas State University requires compliance with copyright law and, when appropriate, supports the exercise in good faith of full fair use rights by faculty, staff, and students – PPM 3020.30.