This search box searches the library's website, not its resources. If you're looking for information on tutoring services or interlibrary loan, this search will point you to the pages within the library that contain that information. To search for research materials, use the large search box at the center of the page.
Open access is increasingly common in scholarly publishing, which is a good thing for scholars like you! Library vetted open access resources can offer a wide variety of content for your research, so don't overlook this section of the Online Research tab.
DigitalCommons@APUS is the institution's digital repository. It serves to preserve, promote and share the academic work of our students, staff and faculty. The Commons offers access to faculty research, student papers and theses (looking for an example of a student paper, here's where you'll find it), staff writing, publications from the ePress and other materials.
Take the academic integrity challenge by clicking the link to the Credo tutorial at the bottom of the Academic Integrity page.