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1 Introduction to the ASU Libraries Linda Shackle Noble Science & Engineering Library Room 130E

2 ASU Home Page My ASU ASU Libraries Home Page ASU Libraries mobile access Accessing the ASU Libraries

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6 Services The library staff are here to help you succeed. The ASU Libraries are:

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11 Your Sun Card is your … Library Card Set Up Accounts: – Check Library Account for your preferred address – Register for Illiad (Interlibrary Loan service) – Register for RefWorks (citation management) Library Accounts

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13 Tutorials Dont Know How to do Library Research?

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15 Resources Over 4 million of them! The ASU Libraries are …

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22 Libguides! Dont Know What Resource To Use?

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27 Ask a Librarian! Resources

28 Spaces Eight buildings on four campuses Group Study Individual Study Tutoring Take a Break The ASU Libraries are …

29 Each campus has at least one library building: Downtown Phoenix Campus Library – Nursing, healthcare, social work, journalism/mass media Polytechnic Campus: – Library (t echnology) – Storage Facility (not open to the public) Tempe Campus – Hayden Library (campus center; humanities, social sciences, business, education) – Noble Science & Engineering Library (northeast) – Architecture & Environmental Design Library (CDN) – Music Library (west) – Law Library (operates separately from the other ASU Libraries) West Campus – Fletcher (liberal arts & sciences, education, business) Library Spaces

30 Hours: – Hayden is open 24/5 during Fall and Spring Semesters; 24/7 during finals – Noble is open until midnight from Sundays – Thursdays (2am during finals) Food and Drink: – Cafes or vending machines (varies) Equipment: – Moveable tables – Stuffed chairs and sofas – Booths – Whiteboards (stationary and mobile) – Mediascapes – Laptop Zones with electrical outlets Were not just a building with books!

31 Study spaces for everybody: – Community centers on the main level – Enclosed rooms for tutoring or group meetings – Quiet areas on upper floors – Enclosed individual carrels for silent study – Large silent study rooms – Tutoring Centers (Student Success) Check out: – Markers and erasers for the whiteboards – Headphones – Flash drives – Scientific calculators – Power strips – Board and Card Games Give Away: – Earplugs Were not just a building with books!

32 Questions? The ASU Libraries

33 Whats the Most Important Thing You Learned Today? The ASU Libraries

34 Ask a Librarian! The ASU Libraries


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