The AAU Library will be closed Saturday, May 26th though Sunday, June 2nd. However, if you need to reach library staff, please use the Ask-a-Librarian form. The library will resume services on Monday, June 3rd. Wishing everyone a wonderful break!
As of May 3, 2019, AAU Library transitioned to a limited access model for Kanopy. Currently, there are 41 titles that are available to watch via Kanopy. For a list of complete titles, please click here . Kanopy's pricing model for libraries is based on the number of views per-title. Once a title has been viewed three times, the Library is charged an annual licensing fee per title. Due to popularity and high demand for this resource the Library could not continue to absorb the cost for the current level of Kanopy access. The Library will continue to work with Administration, faculty, and vendors in an attempt to provide quality streaming services for film and video content assigned in courses. Kanopy is available from many public libraries, including San Francisco Public Library, Oakland Public Library, and Berkeley Public Library. If you live in the Bay Area we encourage you to obtain a public library card. If you have any questions, please contact the library.
The AAU Library is excited to announce its participation in a new pilot database program created by Yale University Press. Art & Architecture ePortal is an online database of significant and out-of-print art and architecture books and thousands of images. To access, click the link above or find it on the Online Resources page.
The AAU Library is excited to announce that it now has access to Communication Arts on Flipster, a new digital magazine platform. Flipster allows multiple users to view current and back-issues of the magazine page by page, all on a mobile-friendly platform. View Communication Arts on Flipster here!