Q: Can the library help me locate the information I need to write my paper?

A: Students can contact Ask a Librarian for assistance in locating books, articles, technical reports, and other useful materials. We can provide these documents to you at no cost. You can access the Hunt Library web pages by using the following directions:

Once on the Hunt Library page, you have the option of finding books and articles (both online and in print) or exploring other services and online items that we offer to our students. To learn how to access EAGLEsearch, our online catalog, please read our EAGLEsearch guide. You can also find Course Guides (i.e. ASCI/MSA 604), Assignment Guides (i.e. Com 221), Database Help (i.e. ProQuest), How-To Guides (i.e. RefWorks), and Subject Guides (i.e. Unmanned Aircraft Systems) online. Just click on the Research Help tab above EAGLEsearch.

If you have any further questions or would like us to help you with your topic, please contact us.

Daytona Beach campus students may come by the Research Desk, call 386-226-6604, or email Ask A Librarian by filling out the online form, chat with us, or email us directly at: library@erau.edu.

Worldwide students may call The Hunt Library at 800-678-9428 (United States) or 386-226-7656 (International) (M-F 8am-5pm ET), chat with us, email Ask A Librarian by filling out the online form, or email us directly at library@erau.edu. We will respond within two (2) business days.

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