The purpose of this
site is to encourage you to use the resources and services
provided by the faculty and staff at Austin G. Woodward Library.
Our goal is to enhance academic scholarship for you by providing
access to resources and promoting information literacy.
Personalized assistance is available via telephone, email or chat through our
a Librarian" service, or by visiting the Library
Information Desk. One-on-one instruction is available at
the Information Desk on Level 2, by telephone (1-800-250-1890 or
221-7346), or through the "Ask a Librarian" service on the
members not affiliated with the University can apply for an
APSU Library Courtesy Card.
Courtesy card holders may check out
up to three General Collection
Books and Government Publications for a period of three weeks.
They may use other items
(such as videos and dvds) and equipment in house only.
How To Guides:
are available to assist you with research, accessing and
locating items, evaluating sources, and more.
Multiple Specialized Databases
to periodical articles, reference works, and government
publications to community members within the Library, but
courtesy card holders may not access databases remotely.
Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL)
is a collection of 33 databases that provide
access to over 400,000 magazines, newspapers, essays, podcasts,
videos, e-books, primary source materials, and more! TEL
is available free of charge to any Tennessee resident and is
accessible 24/7 from any computer with access to the internet.
Group study rooms and study space for approximately 400
individuals is available.
houses several Special Collections that include the African
American Resource Center, Asian Resource Collection, Hispanic
Resource Collection, Juvenile Collection, Native American
Collection, University Archives and Women's Resource Center.
For questions please e-mail
dial (931) 221-7346.