This series is a collaboration between Title V and various student-serving departments at AU.
Did you know that the AU library is not just a place to check out books?
The AU library is a learning center equipped with advanced technology that offers access to information that supports our academic programs. In addition to reference and general interest books, the library’s general collection includes scientific periodicals, dissertations and doctoral projects, audiovisual materials and equipment, computers, psychological assessment tests, online databases, DVDs, high-speed Wi-Fi Internet access, interlibrary loans, online Text-a-Librarian service, learning seminars, library orientation, and information literacy instruction.
Q: What other resources can I use in the library?
A: The library provides six study rooms for its students, three of which are equipped with audio/visual equipment to facilitate collaboration on projects, presentations, and other group assignments.
Q: How late is the library open?
A: The library is open Monday through Friday from 9 am - 9pm and on Saturday from 9 am – 3 pm.
Visit or call the library at 305-593-1223 ext. 3284 for more information about gaining access to the virtual library.
Student Success Bonus Tip: Using the library is the first step in learning how to better distinguish reliable sources from unreliable ones, which is particularly important when you’re looking to improve your research papers and meet APA standards. Take a tour of the library and utilize the resources in the guide below to improve your skills.
How often do you visit the library?
Comment below on how you have used libraries in the past and present for improving your assignments!
With contributions from Juan Zaragoza, AU Library Director