The current goal of this guide is to provide information about resources, software, and strategies that can be considered by students and faculty as part of strategies for managing library research projects.
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All faculty and graduate students at Kent State University engage in research, and all research depends to some extent on published literature.
Considerable effort can be required to identify and use published literature on topics. To discover and access that literature, users continue to rely on library/information discovery tools, and they increasingly also use other information discovery tools. There is not only a range of electronic tools available to manage these library/information discovery activities, such tools continue to emerge and evolve.
The University Libraries monitors and seeks to support the adoption and effective use of such tools, particularly as these tools help faculty and students manage (and thus optimize the outcomes) of library research projects.