The Library staff can assist you during the following hours.
Library Hours during sessions
Librarians are available in person, online, or by telephone for help or questions during the following hours:
The Library is not open on Sunday.
Call the Library for help: 972-279-6511 ext. 185
Email your questions to the Library: firstname.lastname@example.org
Amberton University Library Resource Center
LIBRARY GUIDE FOR
RESEARCH METHODS - RGS6035
Amberton’s Library Resource Center contains a variety of materials that explore the resources available to you as you explore Research Methods. This guide is provided to help students locate these materials.
The following print resources are available in the Library on Amberton’s main campus. However if you do not live near this campus, you may want to explore one of the following options:
Interlibrary Loan is commonly available through public libraries all over the United States. These libraries can borrow books and/or acquire photocopies of journal articles that are not a part of their collections. Most times there will be a cost to the library user. Go to your local library and ask for “Interlibrary Loan” at the Information or Reference Desk.
TexShare Cards are available to Amberton students who reside within the state of Texas. This card can be used to borrow books from many public and academic libraries all over the state. To learn more about this program and to find out if a library near you participates, go to:
TexShare Card Information & Participating Libraries
You may print an application for a TexShare Card from Amberton’s website. Mail the complete application to the Amberton Library. (Or fax it to 972-686-5567.) The Card will be mailed to you.
TABLE OF CONTENTS / Guide Pages
Circulating Books Searching ProQuest eBook Central
Electronic Books Welcome to Moodle!
Research Databases Renewing Books
Easy Steps for Searching EBSCO Using APA Style
Directory of Open Access Journals What are Peer-Reviewed Journals?
Easy Steps for Searching Ebook Collection How to Evaluate Websites