Answered By: APUS Librarians
Last Updated: Jun 06, 2023     Views: 22

Most research articles will list the author's (or authors') affiliation - the place where they work - somewhere on the article.  You may find it on the first page, or it may be all the way at the end.  See an example at the bottom of this page.

Here are a few good ways to look for articles published by APUS faculty and staff:

Explore University Publications in the APUS Trefry Archives: find ebooks and journals on topics ranging from education to space.

Try ORCID, a site that's devoted to identifying researchers. It allows you to search for an institution's name, so you can perform an advanced search for authors affiliated with APUS.  

Try a phrase search for "American Public University System" in the Everything search box on the library's homepage.   You can do the same in Google Scholar (which you can set up to show you full text links from our library).  

Just remember to double-check for American Public University System listed as the author's affiliation, as in the example below, rather than simply mentioned somewhere in the article itself.

A screen capture of the first page of an article with the author's affiliation highlighted.



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