There are many ways to get assistance with your research project.
The library also offers:
Library services are available to you from anywhere, including overseas.
Finally, if your research need is extremely specialized, you may contact a Library Subject Specialist in your area.
- Finding Theses and Dissertations
- AU Electronic Theses and Dissertations Website - provides information about the thesis and dissertation writing and submission process
- Institutional Review Board for the Protection of Human Subjects - you must fill out the appropriate IRB forms for any dissertation or study involving human subjects
- Human Participant Protection Education for Research Teams - before you submit your IRB paperwork, you must complete this online tutorial and print a copy of the Certificate of Completion to be included in your IRB file
- How do I do a literature review?
The library offers services for students involved in online/distance learning programs and for doctoral students and faculty located outside of a 100 mile radius.
- What does being in the Washington Research Library Consortium (WRLC) do for me?
- How do I go about finding a book?
- How do I go about finding a journal article?
- How do I get a book from another library if it is not owned by AU?
- How long can I keep things I borrow?
- What does academic integrity mean at American University?