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There are two Augusta University libraries, Reese Library on the Summerville campus and Greenblatt Library on the Health Sciences campus. Augusta University Libraries provide books, ebooks, government publications, journals, audiovisuals, databases, historical collections, and more, in support of student and faculty research.

We provide research assistance in person and electronically and also provide tours and instruction classes for undergraduate, graduate and professional students. Students can request appointments with librarians, including specialized medical reference librarians, for more in-depth research needs. Thousands of research journals are available electronically – in person and remotely - through research databases held in GALILEO and elsewhere, with many available full text.

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Phone: 706-667-4908
Office: Reese Library Rm 131
 Areas: Education:Advanced Studies and Innovation, Social Sciences, History, Anthropology, & Philosophy; First & Second Year Experience; Career Services

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photo from article Inaugural AU Authors Reception

Inaugural AU Authors Reception

By Josette M. Kubicki. All photos by AU photographer Michael Holahan except where noted. The University Libraries was excited to host its inaugural AU Authors Reception a week ago, last Thursday, November 2nd, in collaboration with CURS (Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship) and The Graduate School. In years past, the University Libraries have held an annual AU Faculty Authors Reception to recognize faculty who have published a book, book chapter, poem, illustration, or other creative work within a book or created or performed a creative work within the past year. Creative works could include albums, art exhibits, music performances,…

photo from article 2023 Georgia Libraries Conference

2023 Georgia Libraries Conference

The Conference Newbies  This was my first library conference since I have worked here at Augusta University. It was the first ever conference where I actually presented. I am not good with standing up in front of people and talking, and the day of our presentation, I was so nervous. We ended up with a great audience and I had a blast talking about the “Wow” space. I was also able to attend several other presentations, such as: “Stories of Self-care in a Service Profession”, which was presented by our very own Josette Kubicki and her co-speaker Heather Simmons, “A…

photo from article The Greenblatt Library welcomes the Iris Air Photo Booth

The Greenblatt Library welcomes the Iris Air Photo Booth

The Robert B. Greenblatt, MD Library is excited to serve as the home of the new Iris Air Photo Booth. The Iris Air allows you to create professional headshots on your own time. It has the ability to edit photos and suggest poses to get the high-quality headshots you want. It only takes about 5 to 10 minutes from start to finish! After entering an email address for the final photos to be sent to, users experience a quick tutorial on using Iris: choose your timer (3 or 6 seconds), position yourself, and smile! Iris will suggest poses between photos…

photo from article Banned Books Week @ the AU Libraries: Let Freedom Read

Banned Books Week @ the AU Libraries: Let Freedom Read

So what is Banned Books Week and why does it exist? According to the Banned Books Week website, this initiative “was launched in 1982 in response to a sudden surge in the number of challenges to books in libraries, bookstores, and schools. This annual awareness event highlights the value of free and open access to information and brings together the entire book community — librarians, educators, authors, publishers, booksellers, and readers of all types — in shared support of the freedom to seek and to express ideas.” According to the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom, 2,571 unique titles…




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