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General Information

We have created this guide to direct you to research sources Huntington University provides for all our students.  The guides will give you basic information for your specific discipline but please be aware that we have over 100 databases that could give you access to a broader scope for your paper or project. We might not be in the same proximity but the librarians are always delighted to assist you with your library/research questions!

We are YOUR library and we want to help you do the best you can with the best resources available. Perhaps I am a little selfish but I really enjoy interacting with students, I usually learn something new when working with you and that is a happy thing. You might be surprised how easy database searching can be if you ask for help so please always feel free to make an appointment for a Zoom session and we can work on your research together.

-Anita Gray, Director of Library Services

Fort Wayne Resource Center Information

The Fort Wayne Resource Center is located on the main level of the Carew Building.

Because a Huntington University Librarian is on site on Tuesday Mornings use of the Resource Center will be largely on the honor system

Using materials from the Resource Center

  • If you are going to use a book IN the building for an hour or two you may take it out but please return it in the return basket on the desk just inside the door when you are done.
  • If you are going to take a book OUT OF THE BUILDING, even if just overnight, please email Anita Gray with the 13 digit barcode number on the label that says "Huntington University Library."

If you have questions on how the system works, contact:

  • Anita Gray -- Director of Library Services
  • Randy Neuman - Associate Director of Library Services (Also for Interlibrary Loans)    

Please Make Research Appointments Through "My Bookings" App

Huntington University Arizona: Digital Media Arts and Occupational Therapy

The librarians at Huntington University are committed to helping you discover the resources you need to do quality research. Although you do not have as many print sources as the main campus we do offer many eBooks, and other eResources that will help you. Further, you have the librarians who love to assist in any way AND we do offer InterLibrary Loan, which means you can request information from other institutions (including the main campus) and we will do our best to get that information to you. Articles will be sent via email. 

To further assist you we have created guides to help you get started with your research. Check out the databases listed in your research guide but also be aware that we have more assests (including the librarians) that will be very helpful to you.

DMA Research Guide

OT Research Guide

If you have questions on how the system works, contact:

Please Make Research Appointments Through "My Bookings" App

Subject Guide

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Anita Gray
(260) 359-4063

Associate Director of Library Services

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Randy Neuman
RichLyn Library
Huntington University
2303 College Avenue
Huntington, IN 46750
(260) 359-4062