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CONNECTING FROM OFF CAMPUS
Many library resources are available from off campus.
SCHEDULE A RESEARCH APPOINTMENT
Librarians can provide extensive help at the reference desk, but if you want to be sure that there will be enough time to fully explore your research question, please schedule a research appointment with one of the reference librarians.
RESEARCH GUIDES & COURSE GUIDES (LibGuides)
Need help finding appropriate research resources for your topic? The librarians have compiled numerous research guides covering a variety of subject areas (ex. art, business, education, literature, nursing, political science, theatre, toxicology). Typically a research guide includes information pertaining to selected library materials, online research databases, and web-based resources that are relevant to a respective individual subject area.
Course guides are also available for many classes. These research guides are made specifically for a given academic course and, in some cases, designed for a specific project assigned by the that course's instructor.
RESEARCH ASSISTANCE FOR ED.D. STUDENTS
Developed to assist Ed.D. students with library resources available for research, this Ed.D. this research guide features information about the Library mentor program and online research resources. It also includes links to Ashland University doctoral dissertations, literature review resources, and a variety of other research elements.
The Ashland Theological Seminary Library has it's own staff -- staff who best know your needs as a seminarian. Please contact the Seminary directly at 419-289-5169. If you are using the Seminary's toll free number 1-866-287-6446, ask for extension 5169.
The ATS Library website contains additional information.