Associate in Arts Program students, faculty, and staff can use all of the library’s resources and services.
Getting Help with Research
- Use Ask the Library to get help from a UD librarian via chat, text, or email
- Watch a tutorial for a quick overview of research skills
- Use a Research Guide to find subject-specific resources
- Browse a guide on Starting Library Research
- Contact the AAP library liaison
- Contact the subject librarian for your major
Accessing Library Resources
- Access databases, e-books, e-journals, and streaming video electronically
- Use DELCAT Discovery to search for books, e-books, and more
- Use Interlibrary Loan to request delivery of books and book chapters from the UD Library and libraries around the world. Watch this video to learn how to request books from Main Campus.
Using DTCC Libraries
- Borrow books from DTCC Libraries with your UD ONEcard
Visiting Morris Library
AAP students, faculty, and staff are welcome to visit Morris Library. Before you make a trip, check library and departmental hours. The library is located at 181 South College Avenue, and pay-to-park lots are available nearby. You will need your UD ONEcard or another form of photo identification to enter the library.
- Borrow books with your UD ONEcard
- Use multimedia software and equipment in the Student Multimedia Design Center
- Visit Special Collections
- Get help from librarians at the Reference Desk
Accessing Resources Electronically
When you use a library database or other electronic resource, you will be prompted to log in using your UDelNet ID and password. This is the same information you use for your UD email.
For Faculty & Instructors
Information Literacy and Library Instruction
Librarians can help you create lesson plans on information literacy concepts, design custom video tutorials on databases or research skills for your assignments, or deliver distance instruction during your class time. Contact Lauren Wallis to discuss options for your courses.
The library’s video tutorial collection provides brief introductions to specific databases and research skills. You can use the embed code or URL to share tutorials with students in Canvas or Sakai.
If you are providing links to articles from library databases in Sakai or Canvas, creating a permalink will help students access these resources off campus. Use the EXproxy URL Link Creator to convert a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) or a permalink generated by a database.