Nikki Marchand, MLIS
Available virtually via Zoom or in person.
The mission of the Adler Graduate School Library and Robert G. Bartholow Media Center is to support the teaching, service, and research functions of the School. The primary collections focus on the major works of Alfred Adler and the theory and practice of Adlerian psychology.
Do you need help starting your research project, finding sources, and evaluting what you've found?
Nikki Marchand, our Librarian, is available in-person or via Zoom. Virtual HubTalks are availalbe for many of these topics. Please check your e-mail for the next HubTalk from the Library.
START YOUR RESEARCH
Determining research sources needed for assignments; pre-writing planning.
Accessing needed information effectively and efficiently.
EVALUATE AND INTEGRATE RESEARCH
Reviewing research sources and beginning critical analysis and synthesis.
Understanding copyright guidelines.
The Adler Graduate School Library collection consists of the following on-site and online resources:
Searching for a book or video? Find books and videos in the Adler Graduate School Library general collection.
Searching for Adlerian works? Find works by classical and contemporary Adlerian scholars.
Searching for an article? Find professional articles and books through EBSCO and other online resources.
Students at the Adler Graduate School may be able to check out books from other libraries by securing special borrowing privileges or using interlibrary loan.
Theses, projects, and integrative papers written by AGS students.
You can also check out the Research Centers for more resources.