The library welcomes the hundreds of Franklin University international students who represent over sixty countries. Here are some resources to help navigate the library as well as the city of Columbus.
The international flags on display in the Learning Commons represent our students who are on non-immigrant visa status. This does not include permanent residents, asylum, or refugee statuses. Enrollment status is also a factor determining which flags are currently displayed.
Students in Ohio — Can't find the book you want in the Franklin Library? Try the OhioLINK catalog. You can request to have an item sent to any of Franklin's locations for pick up, or you can pick up at any other OhioLINK library.
A collection of almost 150,000 EBooks on business, computer science/IT, humanities, nursing/allied health, and more. Additional functionality such as bookmarking, note taking and printing/copying features are available by creating an Ebook Central account. Contains single use, multi-use and unlimited use titles.
Thousands of scholarly and reference e-books covering the humanities, sciences and social sciences. Contains content from Chadwyck-Healey, Oxford Scholarship Online, Wiley, Springer, Sage, ABC-CLIO, and Oxford Reference. Unlimited use titles with no digital rights management.
(Formerly Safari Tech Books.) Online books on information technology and business.Database also includes learning paths, case studies, videos and tutorials. Whether on-campus or off-campus: enter Franklin University email address to access. You do not need to create an account, just enter your email address.