Theses written by Austin Peay graduate students are housed
in APSU’s Woodward Library. Austin includes a record
for each APSU thesis. If you know the name of the APSU student who wrote
the thesis or the title of the thesis, you may search Austin by author (lastname,
firstname) or by title. The call number location of a specific thesis is
found in the Copy/Holding Information section of the Austin record.
If you are interested in viewing a list of APSU theses, search ‘austin
peay thesis’ in the Austin,
Anywhere Keyword box. If you want to browse the Library’s
shelves containing APSU theses, go upstairs to the General Book Collection
on Level 3 and locate the call number LB 2322 .A9x T- #.
Austin Peay graduate field studies and research papers may be searched
in a similar fashion, by a known author or title. A list of APSU field
studies or research papers may be found by searching ‘austin peay field
study’ or ‘austin peay research paper’ in the
Keyword box. To
browse the Library’s shelves containing APSU field studies or research
papers, go upstairs to the General Book Collection on Level 3 and locate
the call number LB 2322 .A9x F- # or LB 2322 .A9x R- #, respectively.
For further information, ask at the Information Desk on Level 2, or use
Ask A Librarian above.