Student Resources


 

PHYSICS RESOURCES ROOM


Student helping explain a physics problem in the Physics Resources Room.

The Physics Resources Room is currently closed for the remainder of the semester. 

COSAM'S DROP-IN CENTER


OIED Drop-In Center

The COSAM Drop-In Center provides free walk-in tutoring in biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics. Duing the Spring 2020 semester, find help online:

 

You can ask questions about subjects online through the Slack app:

Slack

https://auburncosamtutoring.slack.com/join/shared_invite/zt-cok2ko75-65nL4s2zka_Nb5MRNNl28A 

 

COSAM’s Drop-In Center

Get help through virtual tutoring through the Zoom app:

Mondays:

Physics: 5 - 7 p.m. - https://us04web.zoom.us/j/4792588049

Wednesdays:

Physics: 5 - 7 p.m. - https://us04web.zoom.us/j/4792588049 

 

PEER ADVISORS


Peer Advisors 2020

Need help? Have a question? COSAM offers assistance from the Peer Advisors, a trained group of trusted students to help you navigate your path. Learn more about these advisors.

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH AMBASSADORS


Undergraduate Research Ambassadors

Looking for more information about research? COSAM offers the Undergraduate Research Ambassadors to help you navigate the world of research. Learn more about the ambassadors.

PHYSICS SOCIAL HOUR


Make new friends and hang out with people who share your same interests! The Physics Social Hour is a free event that connects everyone who has a passion for physics. Learn more about this event.

RESEARCH PROJECTS


Auburn University Library

Looking for online databases for your research? Auburn's Discovery is a single-search interface powered by EBSCO Discovery Service. Enter your keyword(s) and gain access to databases, books, Ebooks, academic journals, magazines, reports, conference materials, and much more.

Information can even be filtered by subject, publication, publisher, language, geography, library location, university, collection, and/or databases.

Physics students will find these databases for their research:

  • AIP American Institute of Physics
  • APS Journals
  • IOP Institute of Physics
  • SciFinder
  • SciTech Connect
  • IEEE Xplore
  • Web of Science

Check out these additional useful resources for physics researchers.

Learn about reading citations, call numbers, databases, keywords, and mind-mapping with these helpful videos.

If you need help with your research, remember that a trained librarian is your best resource. Don't wait until the project is due. Start early and contact Andy Wohrley, Physics Librarian, Librarian III/Associate Professor, Research and Instruction at (334) 844-1768 or wohrlaj@auburn.edu.