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AOLL Library Resources: Home

This guide offers suggested databases, articles, and books relevant for all AOLL students.


Welcome to the resource guide for the AOLL department! This guide was formerly for AOLL570, Foundations of Research in Adult, Organizational Learning, and Leadership but has now been expanded as of 2022 to cover information relevant for all AOLL learners.

This guide is designed to suggest library resources that will lead you to research and scholarship in your area of interest.  Please use this guide in conjunction with the Distance Education Research Guide if you are not on a UI campus.

Library Resources

The University of Idaho Library offers a variety of information sources to students, faculty, and staff. All of this content and more can be found by searching the library catalog at

  • Print Books (Find using Primo)
  • EBooks (Find using Primo)
  • Articles (Find using Primo and/or Article Databases)

To learn about accessing these resources from off-campus, please visit our Distance Education LibGuide

Course Reserves

Did you know you can browse and read the majority of AOLL course texts for free, using just your library login? Check out the Leganto course reserves here.


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Most AOLL courses have their required texts online and free to read!

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Search Tips

Do the same search in more than one place:

  • Primo
  • Several databases
  • Google Scholar

Learn to skim book chapters and articles. 

Mine the footnotes for additional sources.