Tag Archives: K-State Libraries

Ask a Librarian: IT and library equipment Q/As

The Equipment category of the “Ask a Librarian” pages has common questions (and answers) about IT equipment available in the K-State Libraries.  The Q/As often include  pointers to IT resources outside of Hale Library, including branch libraries and the Salina campus. Current … Continue reading

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Extramural Funding Awards Database available for K-State researchers

Developed by K-State Libraries and the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs,  the Extramural Funding Awards Database was released this summer.  It provides information on funding awarded by federal, state, local, and private agencies to Kansas State University faculty and researchers, including the award title, dollar amount awarded, … Continue reading

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QR codes (+ free tools): Quick access to all kinds of data

K-Staters may have noticed some funny-looking images of black-pixeled boxes popping up around campus lately, notably in Hale Library. So, what are they used for and what can you do with them? These are “QR codes” or Quick Response codes (also known as … Continue reading

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Events planned for Open Access Week, Oct. 18-22

At universities, research centers, and libraries around the world, a revolution is brewing, and next week, we’re going to shout about it. Open Access Week (Oct. 18-22) is a time to call attention to the need for public access to scientific … Continue reading

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K-State Libraries have the tech you need to succeed

The librarians and staff of K-State Libraries welcome you back for another great year at K-State, and want to make sure you’re aware of all the amazing technology we have ready for you. You may see some large, fancy-looking screens … Continue reading

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IT Orientation session March 4: Library Technology

At the March 4 IT Orientation session, learn more about library technology at K-State. The one-hour session will be 10 a.m. Thursday, March 4, in 401B Hale Library. It is open to all K-State faculty, staff, and students but requires pre-registration. After … Continue reading

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Faculty, grad students: Gain technology skills at Library Day Feb. 18

Looking to add a little technology to your library skills? Faculty and graduate students are invited to attend Library Day Thursday, Feb. 18, in Hale Library. Classes cover topics such as: Customizing your laptop to get the most out of … Continue reading

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Reminder: Fair Use webinar Monday, Nov. 2

Don’t forget to mark your calendar for K-State Libraries’ brownbag webinar, Music, Movies & Online Media: Fair Use Do’s & Don’ts for Higher Ed at noon-1 p.m. Monday, Nov. 2, in Hale 301. There is no charge to attend. No reservations are required, but … Continue reading

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Libraries sponsor Fair Use webinar Nov. 2

Have you ever wondered exactly what constitutes Fair Use in your classroom? The increased use of music and movies for educational purposes can make these determinations confusing. Join K-State Libraries for a 60-minute brownbag webinar, Music, Movies & Online Media: Fair Use … Continue reading

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Faculty: Let K-State Research Exchange increase the impact of your research

Want to increase the number of citations to your articles, book chapters, and other scholarly work? After it’s published, deposit your work in K-REx, K-State’s Research Exchange repository! More than 50 K-State faculty already know the benefits of making their work … Continue reading

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