AUNE Library Services Information

You may have some questions about how to use the library as we go forward into the next few weeks. We want to assure all students and faculty that we are prepared to assist you with your library needs as the University temporarily transitions to remote work.

Where is The Library?

While remote learning is happening, the library is here for you – just in a virtual setting. Visit libguides.antioch.edu to find research guides, search the catalog, or contact a librarian for research help.

Can I still get the material that I need?

Antioch University Libraries has a large collection of online articles and ebooks that are available for our community’s use, and we’re collecting more all the time. If there’s something that you need that we don’t currently have online, you are encouraged to put in a We Deliver request.

We Deliver wants to assure all students and faculty that we are prepared to get the materials you need to you, regardless of location. Campus pick up has been temporarily suspended, physical items will be shipped to current mailing addresses.

I have books that are approaching their due dates. Should I just keep them?

Please return your books if possible – others can use them. Mail them to:

We Deliver
Antioch University
40 Avon Street
Keene, NH 03431

If you can’t make it out to mail books at this time, stay in touch and we can work with lending libraries to extend your due dates. Send an email to [email protected] if you have specific questions.

How can I get research help?

Your research librarian, Pippin Macdonald, is available to you. You can email her at [email protected] or schedule a Zoom meeting with her here: https://libcal.antioch.edu/appointments/pippin

Where can I learn more about what’s going on in the library?

You can find updates about the library, along with cool things to learn, on our blog. As the situation unfolds, we’ll be sure to keep you up to date.

You can also follow us on Instagram! Join us as we start sharing the ways that we keep Antioch with us wherever we are with #AntiochUWithYou

Have more questions?

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to ask. You can contact the library in general at [email protected]. You can contact We Deliver at [email protected] You can also contact Pippin at [email protected] or Abby at [email protected].

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