RLS: Graduate Services and Programs
The OSU Libraries, in collaboration with other support services on campus, are working to support you with all aspects of your life at Oklahoma State University. Over the course of the year, we will be developing and offering a wide array of services and workshops in support of your research, teaching, professional and personal needs.
In this effort the Edmon Low Library is happy to be host to several efforts as part of the Graduate 360 Program, designed to enrich all aspects of a students life (360 - all the way around).
Graduate Students Support Programs
Currently, the OSU Library's 360 Program offers the following services and resources:
- Workshops/Seminars as part of the Graduate Digital Badge Program
- Citation Management software (EndNote) download and workshops for learning how to use EndNote
- Graduate Research and Writing Lab (see below)
- Research Consultation with a Subject Specialist Librarian
- Request the Library Purchase Material
Graduate Research and Writing Lab
Graduate Research and Writing Lab (GRWL)
Room 306 of the Edmon Low Library (Research and Learning Services Office)
Monday, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. (STEM Focus)
Tuesday, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. (Social Sciences/Humanities Focus)
(GIS/Map Creation and Data Location)
The Graduate Research and Writing Lab (GRWL) provides one-on-one consultations to help graduate students develop writing skills and techniques, as well as in-depth assistance with graduate level research. The Lab is a collaboration between the OSU Writing Center and the Edmon Low Library.
Specially trained/selected graduate students from the Writing Center will staff the GRWL, as will subject specific librarians who will be available to help graduate students with their research. On Tuesday nights there will also be GIS assistance provided for the creation of maps, location of data for GIS maps, and for Endnote.