Answered By: APUS Librarians
Last Updated: May 15, 2023     Views: 22

Broken links are a fact of life at an online university - databases and websites are constantly changing.  If you encounter a broken link to a library resource in your classroom, or outdated library information, here's how to report it:

If a broken link is a required textbook or reading: Please use this form to report it.  The APUS Course Materials team will follow up with both you and your instructor to get the problem fixed.

If you found a broken link to a library resource, or outdated library information, in your classroom (for example: a discussion prompt, assignment instructions or a weekly lesson): Please use this form to report it.  The librarians will provide the updated link or information to you and your course instructor.

If you found a broken link on the library's website, or in one of its databases: Email the librarians.  We'll find the updated link and correct it on our site.

Thank you for taking the time to help us keep our resources current!

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