Reference librarians are available to assist students six days a week during the regular semester:
- Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
- Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
- Sunday, 1 p.m.-7 p.m.
During these times students can:
- meet with a reference librarian in person;
- speak with a reference librarian on the phone (419-289-5402);
Students may, at their convenience, schedule a one-on-one research appointment.
Students can also e-mail questions to the reference staff at email@example.com. (Response times will vary depending on staff availability.)
Interlibrary loan is a free service used by students for getting:
- books unavailable through OhioLINK or SearchOhio;
- articles not available through the Ashland University Library's databases or print periodicals collection.
- Note: students who do not attend the Ashland campus can use the interlibrary loan request form to request a scan of an article from the Library's print collections.
Books requested through interlibrary loan are delivered to the main campus Library's Circulation Desk. Requesters will receive an e-mail informing them when items are ready to be picked up.
Articles requested through interlibrary loan are e-mailed directly to the requester.
What does it do? My Library Account provides opportunity for students to monitor due dates, renew materials, and check the status of OhioLINK requests. Please note: renewal online works only up to the due date. After that you can contact the Library Circulation Desk (419-289-5400) to request a renewal.
Computers are widely available on the main floor, second floor, and inside the Instructional Resource Center. PCs are also available in more limited number on each upper floor.
Printers are available on the main floor and second floor of the Library. Computers on the second floor, inside and outside of the Instructional Resource Center (IRC), exclusively utilize second-floor printers. All other computers in the Library print to the main floor.
Main Floor -- Printers on the main floor (b&w only) are located on the east side of the building, near the Recreational Reading collection. Printing is free for Ashland University students and is tied in with the print quota system (https://print.ashland.edu).
Second Floor -- A printer is available at the print station located outside the IRC. It is part of the print quota system.
Second Floor (color) -- IRC Color printing is available from all second-floor computers. Print jobs sent to the color printer cost 10¢ per page.
Wireless Printing - AU library's main floor printer is part of the Google Cloud print network. Print from your laptop or mobile device using your print quota.
Copy machines are available on the main floor and second floor of the Library.
Main Floor -- The main floor copier/scanner is located near the print station on the east side of the building. Use your Eagle Card or AU network login to make copies using your AU print quota (view print quota).
Second Floor -- The second floor copy machine, located outside the IRC, is also available to use in conjunction with your Eagle Card or network login.
Scan to Email -- Items can be scanned to email without charge using the main floor and second floor copiers. Directions are located with both machines.
Copyright notice of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted materials. As such, the person using the equipment is liable for any infringement.
Students may send faxes from AU Library. For more information, ask at the Circulation Desk on the main floor.
Two vending machines, dispensing food and drink, are available on the ground floor. Both machines accept AU Eagle card and cash.
Study rooms on the second, fourth, and fifth floor are available on a first-come, first-served basis. It is possible to reserve a study room; ask at the main desk for more information.
- Study rooms have a time limit of three hours.
- Users exceeding the three hour limit may be asked to vacate.
- Users are reminded not to leave items unattended in study rooms.
- AU Library is not responsible for personal items and belongings left unattended in study rooms.
First time users will need to create an account.