Using Library Resources

The Library Resources include, electronic journals and databases, textbooks (OPAC), student theses (IR), reference materials and other serial publications.

Electronic Journals and Databases

  • Our electronic Journals and Databases are available here.

  • Identify the name or your subject of interest, click on it to open the link directly,

  • Some of the journals and databases provides direct access from within the AUST network

  • For those that require log in details (with exception to eJDS), you can ask the librarian for the username and password

  • To access eJDS, you will need to click on this link and do an individual registration

Using OPAC

  • Obtain your AUST log in details from the IT department at the Computer Center Building

  • Go to and log in with your details

  • Select the library to search (you can also search directly by skipping this)

  • Enter your search query and from the search results, select the material of your choice

  • On the result page for each title, you will find the library where the book is located as well as the class number to help you easily locate the book on the shelf

  • From the options (when you search by the title, you get all materials associated with that title by different authors), you can select more than one title to borrow (according to your entitlement, see borrowing rules)

  • Check the boxes for the identified books and click on place hold (from the top of the page)

  • You can proceed to pick up the book from the pick up location (library) or add it to your reading list