The University Library has an excellent collection of print books and digital resources that is growing all the time. We subscribe to major science and technology databases, e-journals and e-books. Our print collection contains copies of textbooks and reference books required for each course of study at University. We also are building special collections on the Red Sea, the natural and cultural history of Saudi Arabia, as well as acquiring more books on travel, regional literary works, and other popular subjects.
The library subscribes to various electronic resources to support the University's research, teaching and studies. These e-resources are accessible both on and off-campus. Visit the Electronic Resources Libguide for more information.
- Databases AZ Full Listing
- EBooks / EJournals
- Appropriate usage of E-Resources
- Common FAQs - Electronic Resources
- Report E-Resource issue
Information about our print materials.
Access our LibGuides for guidelines and a selection of resources to help you in your research.
The research repository maintains a comprehensive record of the research done by KAUST faculty, students and researchers, as well as external research supported by KAUST funding, in order to expand the impact of theses, dissertations, conference papers, technical reports, peer-reviewed articles, patents, preprints, software code, images, datasets, and other research-related works.