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Kettering University Independent Study course

Welcome to Module 3

In this module you will learn about the eResources available to you at Kettering; how to conduct a literature search; making sure your sources are of the best quality; using reference software to construct your reference list; how to properly summarize papers; how to identify research questions in academic writing; how to construct your own research questions; and how to formulate your own research question and hypothesis based on constraints.

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The library website is open 24/7 at: https://my.kettering.edu/page/library

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 EMAIL

Library:  library@kettering.edu

Circulation: libaccess@kettering.edu

Interlibrary Loan (Article Requests): ill@kettering.edu

Archives: archives@kettering.edu

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The KU Librarians are available for texting services at 810-255-9009.

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For general inquiries and research assistance, please call a librarian at 810-762-9598.

For information regarding renewing books, your library account or reserves, please call circulation at 810-762-7814.  

For information regarding a book or article request, please call inter-library loan at 810-762-9841.

For Archives questions and information, please call The Archives at 313-460-0036.

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We're sorry to announce that in-person/physical services have been temporarily suspended. Please see above how to contact us virtually.

If You Are Off-campus

To remotely access Kettering University Library online resources, please enter the entire 14-digit number shown on your Kettering ID card or in your KU Online acceptance letter.  If you are having difficulty finding your ID number, please email us at library@kettering.edu from your Kettering University email account.

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