Frequently Asked Questions
Library opening hours vary depending on the time of year. Click here to see the updated Library hours.
Printing and photocopying services are available in the Library. Students receive an initial amount of free printing credit at the beginning of each semester but after that you will need to pay for both services. The amount of free printing credit depends on what course you are studying.
If you have credit, just login to any computer or photocopier in the Library and print your work. If you do not have credit, you will need to purchase this through the self-service payment machine available in the library or at the Finance Department.
Both the printers and photocopiers are located in a room near the entrance to the Library.
The loan period as well as the number of allowed items to check out, depending on the patron, might vary. Please see our Library Services guide for more information.
Please follow these steps:
Note: Make sure you check the date item has been renewed to! You can only renew books and DVDs and magazines ONCE.
Students can view the list of all books checked out during the academic year. Go to AUD homepage and scroll the mouse over Library and select Find Books, click on Login on top right of the screen and then click on the icon My Reading History, you will be able to see the list of all the books you have checked out/returned during the whole academic year.
The AUD Library carries both print and online forms of the citation help sheets. You can either come to the Library and ask for a printed copy or go to Library > Find Resources > Citation Styles and view the guide online. Also take a look at Research Help on LibGuide.
We have access to two major e-book databases (Ebrary and EBSCO eBooks), both of which can be viewed (read) online and offline. However, in order to read an eBook offline or download it from either Ebrary or EBSCO you should follow the steps below and install software on your PC, tablet/iPad, or smart phone:
For more information watch the following Videos on eBooks from EBSCO or ProQuest eBook Central:
You can access electronic books while inside or outside the university; just make sure you login with the same username and password as your Blackboard and click on “Read Online” or “FullText PDF”.
The majority of AUD Library Databases are also available while you are off campus. You can access them by entering your username and password (identical to the ones you enter to your Blackboard).
A link from a database does not work, because a database does NOT function like a website on the web. In other words, you will require being a subscriber to be able to access the page. Therefore, the URLs of the articles you retrieve from databases are not permanent. We recommend that you email, save (download), or print the article as you find it.
AUD Library has Librarians whose responsibility are to guide the students, faculty and staff in finding the appropriate keywords, locating resources, accessing the resources and building their bibliography (works cited) list. You are always welcome to ask for help either at the Reference Desk, by emailing us on ReferenceLibrarian@aud.edu
Also take a look at Research Help on LibGuide.