General information about AU's commitment to excellence, innovation, flexibility and openness, paired with AU's award-winning video.
Open magazine is an Athabasca University publication for anyone interested in learning - whether it's from a different or a traditional perspective. Open magazine is all about AU.
Open AU is the online companion to Open Magazine, featuring stories about our students, faculty, research, awards and events. Keeping lifelong learners, students and alumni up-to-date on AU activities, news and events, both near and far.
A convenient guide to the more than 90 undergraduate and graduate degree, diploma and certificate programs AU offers.
The Book of Answers is designed to provide prospective students with an overview of AU, and is distributed at recruitment events to provide answers to frequently asked questions.
Stand Out, Athabasca University’s 2006-07 community report, highlights the university’s recent successes and current plans and features profiles of outstanding achievements by members of the AU community.
Athabasca University Students’ Union
Aurora: Interviews with leading thinkers and writers Aurora interviews authors whose books we teach, or whose research and writing is important to established or emerging fields of inquiry.
The International Consortium for the Advancement of Academic Publication (ICAAP) promotes electronic scholarly communication.
The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning (IRRODL) is dedicated to research, theory and best practice.
Radical Pedagogy is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal devoted to the analysis of teaching and learning.
Journal of Sociology
The Electronic Journal of Sociology is an international online refereed journal, encompassing abroad range of works.
Trumpeter: Journal of Ecosophy
The Trumpeter is an environmental journal dedicated to the pursuit of ecological understanding and insight.
Journal of Unconventional Computing
The International Journal of Unconventional Computing publishes theoretical and experimental results in non-classical computing.
Alumni events are held across Canada, and all alumni and students are welcome. These events are a great opportunity to connect with the AU community.
Updated November 27 2013 by Advancement Web Services