The resources in this guide have been selected to help you with any public policy or scholarly research you need to do while you are in Columbus. If you have additional questions, please let me know.
Here you will find information about:
Distance Learner Material Delivery: If a student lives more than 30 miles from the Kent State University library (main or regional campuses) and they do not attend classes on any campus, books can be delivered to their home. This link can help students set up this service.
Article E-Delivery and Interlibrary Loan: Students can request scans of articles available in print at Kent State University or request materials from other libraries. Here students can connect to Illiad and fill out requests for materials.
OhioLINK Delivery Services: Students can request books and other materials, including Kent State items, through OhioLINK and have them delivered to a nearby OhioLINK library. There are over 100 available pick-up locations throughout the state. (Please note that KentLINK cannot be used for this service).
Other information about services available to you while you are in Columbus are available on the Distance Learning information page.
For quick answers to your questions - just click the ASK US tag.
For research advice and in-depth help, you can either contact me directly by email OR we can set up an appointment to meet via WebEx Web conference software.