The spring semester deadline for submitting theses and dissertations to the Graduate School is 5 p.m. Friday, April 20. Electronic theses, dissertations, and reports (ETDRs) must be submitted as PDFs through the K-REx repository.
Abstracts no longer have a word limit. The Graduate School removed the abstract word limit for spring 2018 and on in the ETDR Guidelines (see “Required Sections”). Other webpages and documentation are being updated. The ETDR Handbook and ETDR writing templates will be updated this summer.
Three walk-in ETDR sessions are scheduled April 16-20, the ETDR semester deadline week, for help on Word, PDF conversion, K-REx, etc.
- Monday, April 16 — 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
- Wednesday, April 18 — 3-6 p.m.
- Friday, April 20 — 1-5 p.m.
All sessions are in the Media Development Center, 213 Hale Library (adjacent to the IT Help Desk). The MDC has both Windows and Mac computers, and all have Acrobat Pro for best PDF conversion. Continue reading “Grad students and advisers: No word limit in abstracts; ETDR walk-in help April 16-20”
The recently redesigned and updated iSIS Help has been one of K-State’s best-kept secrets — but word is starting to get out. Students, faculty, and staff are now discovering the hidden gems contained in iSIS Help, which provides step-by-step instructions for common processes. Continue reading “iSIS Help demystifies common processes for campus”
This back-to-school guide for faculty/staff is provided by K-State Information Technology Services (ITS) about:
- Free IT resources on campus that can save money, time, and effort
- Information to give you a fast start on the fall semester
1. Wireless networking
WHAT: Connect your mobile devices to K-State’s computer network
WHERE: ”KSU Wireless” (all K-Staters), “KSU Housing” (res halls), “KSU Guest”
2. Equipment checkout of audio/video tools
WHAT: 3-day checkout of cameras, camcorders, tripods, and more
WHERE: Website request form; equipment pickup at 214 Hale Library
Continue reading “Faculty/staff: Use IT resources that save time, money, effort”
In an effort to provide students an easy way to ask questions and voice concerns, K-State’s Office of Student Activities and Services has set up a new service called Ask Willie. According to a Dec. 9 press release from Media Relations, Ask Willie is a channel for students to go to for help with anything from university policies to personal issues. It consists of an e-mail address (firstname.lastname@example.org) and a website (www.k-state.edu/askwillie) with a form for students to use to request help or information. Continue reading “New “Ask Willie” website to help students”