Resources Available to Distance Learners
If you are an AFIT student or faculty member taking or teaching classes at AFIT from an off campus location, this page explains how you can access library resources and services.
Anyone can search The D'Azzo Research Library catalog for books, theses, reports, journals and other materials that the Library owns or subscribes to. If you find materials you would like to borrow, please initiate a request through your base library or local community library.
Many AFIT theses are available in full text online through DTIC's public web site. Many AFIT theses from 1998 forward are available as .pdf files which can be downloaded.
If you have any questions, please contact the reference desk via the Ask-a-Librarian form or by calling (937)255-6565 x4207 (DSN 785-6565 x4207).
Do you need to find journal articles, conference papers, government reports or other documents? See our How Do I Find? pages for a helpful advice on getting started with a research topic. The Subject Guides help you discover links to a wide variety of tools. Many are licensed for use only by AFIT users. Organize your citations with Mendeley.
Please contact the library using the Ask-a-Librarian form or by calling (937)255-6565 x4207 (DSN 785-6565 x4207) if you have any problems with accessing any information.
Help with Research
For research assistance, please use the Ask-a-Librarian form or by calling (937)255-6565 x4207 (DSN 785-6565 x4207).