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The Atlanta University Center (AUC) Robert W. Woodruff Library is committed to providing exceptional virtual support to all faculty and students enrolled at AUC institutions throughout the 2021 Fall Semester (August 18 - December 10). Our goal is to provide you with access to the most relevant current and retrospective information both in person and in the virtual environment, where applicable. We'd love to receive your feedback, please share your comments here.
Schedule virtual research consultation appointments to get help with your teaching and/or research
Use the Library’s electronic Course Reserve system to put required reading materials on reserve for your classes
Use the Library’s Interlibrary Loan (ILL) Management System to request electronically accessible items not owned by the Library
Access electronic collections and databases
Make requests for the purchase of e-books and streaming videos (e.g. Kanopy, Avon streaming services, etc.)
Request e-document delivery
Invite your subject librarian or an archivist to participate in your course via Zoom
Request assistance with teaching technologies (e.g. podcasting, blogs, oral histories, online primary resources, digital humanities, etc.
A subject librarian has been assigned to provide virtual instructional and information support services for each degree program offered by our member institutions. Subject librarians are available to support your study and research by providing:
Request formal and informal virtual instruction on how to use information resources for individuals or small group clusters via online instructional platforms here.
Request formal and informal individual or group virtual instruction for archival and primary resources (make an appointment to invite an archivist to partner with you on your course). Make a request here.
Formal and informal individual or group virtual instruction (make an appointment to invite your subject librarian and/or archivist to partner with you on your course)
Designated virtual office hours (make an appointment with your subject librarian in your course management system)
Research Guides are electronic pathfinders to assist library users in locating appropriate information resources. A research guide has been developed for each degree program offered by AUC member institutions
Request virtual reference or research support for individuals or small group clusters using the following online platforms:
You may also call the Library's Information Services Desk at (404) 978-2067.
Access to Print Library Materials
A Library barcode is required to check out materials from the Library’s collection. To obtain a Library barcode please email email@example.com or call (404) 978-2097. Valid campus ID credentials are required for registration. After a barcode has been issued, the next step is to establish your online Library account here. Input your barcode and click on the SET/RESET PASSWORD button. You will be emailed a link to establish your password.
Parking Lot Pick Up Service
During the 2021 Fall Semester (August 17 - December 10) AUC faculty may request up to 10 books for pick up in the Library’s parking lot, located at the rear of the building. Parking Lot Pick Up is by appointment only. Services are available Monday through Thursday at 10:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. and Friday at 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. More detailed instructions are included in the Parking Lot Pickup Instructions document displayed below.
Note: You will be required to wear a mask and present a valid campus ID card during your pick up appointment.
Requests may be submitted by placing a Hold on the material(s) needed in the Library’s catalog. Once the materials are available, you will be notified via email. Once you have been notified, please click on this link to schedule an appointment for pick up. If you need additional assistance, please email the Circulation Services Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (404) 978-2097.