- Saturday, October 18th - Closed
- Sunday, October 19th - Closed
- Monday, October 20th - 8 am to 5 pm
Regular library hours resume at 7:45 am on Tuesday, October 21st.
|The A to Z Database list is located directly below the Library Hours, Updates, and News box on the LibGuides home page.
Select the purple Go to A-Z List button for access.
|The main A-Z Database list page provides several options for locating AU Library & OhioLINK database resources.
Use the search box, select an entry from the alphabetical listing, or use one of the drop down menus to find a database by subject, type, or even vendor.
|The A to Z Database list is conveniently presented on a single page.
Each entry includes an icon, or icons, next to the title indicating what type of resources is available. For database details, click 'more' to expand the entry and read additional information.
"Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Typically held during the last week of September, it highlights the value of free and open access to information. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community –- librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and readers of all types –- in shared support of the freedom to seek and to express ideas, even those some consider unorthodox or unpopular." -- ALA Banned Books Week
|An E-Reserves search box is located directly below the A-Z Database List.
Use the search box to find a course by number or instructor name, or simply select “go” to access the E-Reserves home page.
|The main E-Reserves page lists each course alphabetically by number / name.
Navigate using the tabs for course, instructor, or term, or enter information in the search box.
|Course E-Reserves have a customized page which includes course number, name, instructor, and term.
Take time to read the copyright statement, enter the e-reserves password, and click ‘go’ for E-Reserves access.
"LibGuides is an easy to use Content Management System used by many thousands of libraries worldwide. Librarians use it to curate knowledge and share information by creating online Guides on any topic, subject, course, on any process, on any thing." - SpringshareAshland University Library was one of the 'early adopters' of LibGuides. We have been creating and sharing library information and resources using the LibGuides platform for five years. What does LibGuides have to offer? Here's an overview of a few things we can do - and are currently doing -with AU Library's LibGuides.