Our Resources

Course Reserves

Faculty should submit materials for Course Reserves at least two weeks before students will need to access them.  A Course Reserves Form must be completed for each course.  Reserve materials must be in compliance with copyright law and fair use. Materials will not be placed on course reserves until clearance (requested by the Library) has been granted. 

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The Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library provides access to a wealth of electronic resources for scholarly research, instruction and non-commercial use by our current AUC students, faculty and staff. These resources include:

You may access these resources from within the Library, on an Atlanta University Center campus, or off-campus.  For access to electronic resources off-campus, a remote access account is needed. Create your remote access account now.

Digital Collections

The Library's resources include digital collections encompassing a broad perspective of subjects and archival collections. Some digital collections are available via the Internet, while other collections are available only within the Archives Research Center. A Digital Collection Celebrating the Founding of the Historically Black College and University is one such example that is available online. It is a collection of primary resources from Historically Black College and University libraries and archives. Atlanta University Center theses, dissertations and electronic journals are represented in the DigitalCommons.

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Get Materials from Other Libraries

Borrow a book or other materials owned by another library. If that's what you are interested in, read about InterLibrary Loan and InterLibrary Use Cards.

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Research Guides

These guides contain listings of recommended research resources (databases, journals, books, web pages, etc.) for finding information on a specific topic.

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Research & References Links

Links to diverse research and reference resources on the Internet for you to explore.

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The Archives Research Center