Information Technology Services (ITS) oversees MSU’s academic and administrative systems and the information technology infrastructure that supports them. If you are having a problem with your NetID or Canvas, or if you have other technology-related questions, the ITS Service Desk is a good place to start.
During the fall and spring semesters, MSU's Writing Center offers online writing help. Students new to this service will have to register with the system first. Then, you can access the system, schedule an appointment, upload attachments, and meet with the Writing Center's staff members.
MSU faculty, staff, and students have free access to Mendeley Institutional Edition and the standard verson of Zotero. Training and support are available for those two programs, as well as the desktop (paid) and online (free) versions of EndNote.
Do you need some in-depth, one-on-one research assistance with your topic? We have research librarians who can help you over the phone or email or even in a chat. Use this form to sign up and we'll get in touch with you soon.
The Digital Media Center (DMC) has created a series of handouts and tutorials for a variety of popular software, including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, the Microsoft Office Suite, Sketchup, 3D Printing, Virtual Reality, and more. Distance students, faculty, and staff can set up one-on-one consultations via phone or video chat to get help on any supported software program.
The SSFGS workshops are designed to help MSU graduate students succeed! Whether your're working on your thesis or dissetation, trying to publish your first article, or prepare for the academic job search process, the SSFGS workshops are here for you.
Reviews documents for compliance with MSU formatting guidelines after approval by graduate students' committee members. They also provide helpful tutorials and templates to make the formatting process easier.