Graduate Assistants

Welcome! This page will provide you with basic information about Kent Library and its services in preparation for your Graduate Assistantship. Please visit our About the Library webpage for more information about services and staff.

Research Consultations | Library Services & Resources | Intellectual Property / Academic Honesty | Accessing Databases from Off Campus | Instruction| Laptops & Wireless | Circulation 

Research Consultations

We can help you select and use research tools, identify materials, and figure out how to cite them.  Contact a librarian for virtual assistance or in person appointment. Get quick help via chat, text, email, or phone. You can also stop by the Reference Desk on the 3rd floor of the library.

Library Services & Resources

For information about services at Kent Library visit our FAQ page.

Plagiarism Detection Software: Turnitin

Information Literacy Tutorial: Searchpath

Intellectual Property / Academic Honesty

The Primer an online copyright tutorial from University of Maryland University College

Protecting Intellectual Property from University of Texas-Austin Libraries

Plagiarism Detection Software: Turnitin

Accessing Databases from Off-Campus

Using your last name and Southeast ID number you have full access to all of the Library's subscription databases from any computer that has Internet Access.


The Library provides information literacy instruction to any class or group.  Please allow one week for scheduling and preparation. Library faculty are also available to help with creating assignments.

Subject Research Guides are available for many academic majors.

Laptops & Wireless

Laptops are available for checkout to Faculty, Staff and Students for use in the building.

The Entire Library is wireless. 


Circulation Policy for Graduate Students.

Items from Kent Library generally have longer checkout times versus materials MOBIUS (state wide consortium), or InterLibrary Loan.

You are able to renew your materials online via My Library Account, you do not need to call or come to the circulation desk.

page developed by md, cr

created 8/03/2007

updated 8/12, Claudia Ruediger