If you are unable to access the library or prefer to work remotely, there are many library services and support available. Below is a listing of the services and support available to the FAU community. For a full listing of all library services please visit the services page. For a guide on all faculty resources and services please click here.
Email, text or chat a librarian 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from wherever you are.
Get access to electronic library resources including full text articles and e-books.
Search for books, journal articles, newspapers, databases and more.
On demand viewing with topics like using library resources, creating search strategies, etc.
Access thousands of e-books in all subject areas.
Search for open educational resources (OER), including books, learning modules, ancillary materials, and more.
View documentaries, narrative films, news programs, training videos, opera performances, and more.
Request an online research consultation with a subject librarian via phone or web conference (Zoom).
Access to digital articles and book chapters from over 3,600 lending libraries around the world.
Search all items in the Special Collections and Archives.
Guides that help direct you to relevant information on your topic and may include Books, Databases, Journals and Articles, OneSearch, Websites, Search Strategies, Videos, other media and a host of diverse resources.
Guide focusing on resources to gain additional information regarding COVID-19
Laptops are available for checkout to students in need
Information for parents that are now homeschooling their children due to school closures
Other Services available to the FAU community:
Red Shelf - Free eTextbook option for displaced students
Keep Learning - Helpful resources from OIT during this time of remote instruction
FAU VPN (Faculty & Staff only)