Academic Research is a recursive process. For assistance in classes or more information about academic research, check out these resources:
If you need specific research help or would like to schedule a consultation, please contact Shaun Bennett. We can also embed modules and resources in online classes for graduate students or undergraduates. Sample Moodle modules/co-teaching – use Anonymous Access:
Copyright and Citation
Following copyright law and citing sources correctly are tricky in the world of digital publishing and academic research. See how we can help make it easier.
Self-check your work by running papers, proposals, literature reviews, etc. through the NC State Turnitin service. Follow these directions to enroll in a Moodle Project Space and then upload a paper for grammar checking and originality checking – go.ncsu.edu/CEDTurnitin
We can also present to classes and/or co-teach with you on digital citizenship, citation management and more.
METRC Equipment with Research Potential:
- Video Cameras with Bluetooth Lapel Mics (request these specifically when checking out)
- Swivl – robotic devices that work with a tablet and follow the speaker via a tracker that records audio – request via our Special Request link
- Audio Voice Recorders (connect to your personal laptop with a USB)
- Consider checking out an iOS device – or using your own – with an app like VoiceRecord Pro which saves to Google Drive
- Transcription Pedals (require a software download to a personal laptop)
- Can be useful for pausing/restarting recordings when typing a transcription
- Makerspace Equipment to use with students including robotics, virtual reality, circuitry kits, etc.
More information is available on the Technology Lending page.