Editing is an independent review of a written document with a focus on clarity, format, grammar, and mechanics. All editing changes are provided in the form of electronic comments and suggestions that can be either accepted or rejected by the author. While the editor may suggest clarifying certain sections of the document, the content of the document is the sole responsibility of the author. Editing services are provided by professional staff members and are free to Kettering faculty.
Writing consultations are conducted by professional tutors who work together with the student to improve the quality of the student’s writing.
It is an honor and a privilege to serve as a Kettering tutor, an individual who is dedicated to helping fellow students become successful independent learners. To qualify to be a subject tutor, you must meet the following requirements:
As part of a new offering from Microsoft through our licensing agreement, Kettering students and employees are eligible to access E-Learning courses online at Microsoft. These courses are meant to help you keep up-to-date with the latest major software releases and may be taken as time allows either on or off campus.
The IT Department is excited to announce that we have subscribed to a three-year term for the new Microsoft DreamSpark Premium subscription program. This program grants students and faculty access to Microsoft software downloads at low or no cost for academic related use. This program replaces the old MSDNAA program that previously existed.
Passwords that are set to something that is convenient to remember are usually a target for scams. Be aware that if your account is compromised, your personal information is also compromised. Please keep everyone’s security in mind when setting a password.