Tools & Resources
Unless specified otherwise, all workshops are free, require no preregistration, and are held in room B220: the Classroom of the Future. Have a suggestion for a workshop? Let us know!
Click here for details and instructions on Course Reserves.
When requesting books through OhioLINK or OPAL (our catalog) while off-campus, you will need to follow special login instructions, which include entering a username and barcode. Please click here for instructions.
RefWorks allows you to create bibliographies for more than one class cite books, articles, government documents, and more, create in-text citations, import citations from databases,Google Scholar, Pubmed and OhioLINK, as well as save and use RSS feeds for continuous searching and information gathering.
From any computer on campus, you are automatically logged in using the group code.
On-campus login page: HERE
At the login screen, you will be prompted to either create a new account if this is your first time, or log in to your personal account.
If you are off campus, the login page is here
You will need to use the group code: please contact the library director for this
- General Library Information
- Library Information:
There are a number of different resources available to you for finding both books and articles. All these are able to be used off-campus from home. As always, anything you find through WorldCat Local and request using We Deliver can be directly sent to your house!
A-Z Database list
Full list of article databases available through Antioch University and OhioLINK
Quick link to the EBSCO suite of databases
Antioch’s Find It Online- used for tracking articles by citation
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
ETD’s from around Ohio
Antioch University Repository and Archive- find all AU (award winning!) Dissertations
Antioch’s e-book portal
Find books, DVDs and other material held by any of the 90 schools in the OhioLINK consortium
AUM catalog/My Account
Catalog for books held in The McGregor Library, and access to your library account
Log in to We Deliver to check status of requests and renew items electronically
Beyond helping you find that perfect article or book to curl up with, the AUM Library has other resources to help you continue to become lifelong learners.
Big Quick Guide to Finding Stuff
Link that explains what the WorldCat Local box is, what it actually searches, and how to use it efficiently. 2 billion holdings? Amazing!
Tutorials / brochures
Our evolving list of brochures (also available in the library) and video tutorials
Bibliographic management software which can help you organize all the citations you import and create bibliographies in either APA or MLA
Dizney Writing Center
AUM’s superior Dizney Writing Center provides writing support both online and face-to-face
Our computer lab has both PCs and Macs for you to use. Helpful student monitors are here during the week as well