Answered By: APUS Librarians Last Updated: Aug 13, 2020 Views: 8471
Librarians have created library research guides for each degree program at the university.
Note: These program-level guides have replaced the old course guides or portals, but don't worry! The program-level guides include most, if not all, of the resources that were linked to the course guides -- and more!
To find your research guide:
On the library's website, look under RESEARCH for the Research Guides link. You will see an alphabetical list of guide links - click the one named for your degree program.
Your guide includes the most relevant research tools for your field of study, including article databases, ebooks, authoritative websites and multimedia. You'll also see your liaison librarian there!
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