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Introduction to the ASU Libraries Linda Shackle Noble Science & Engineering Library Room 130E
ASU Home Page My ASU ASU Libraries Home Page ASU Libraries mobile access Accessing the ASU Libraries
Services The library staff are here to help you succeed. The ASU Libraries are:
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
Tutorials Dont Know How to do Library Research?
Resources Over 4 million of them! The ASU Libraries are …
Libguides! Dont Know What Resource To Use?
Ask a Librarian! Resources
Spaces Eight buildings on four campuses Group Study Individual Study Tutoring Take a Break The ASU Libraries are …
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
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!
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!
Questions? The ASU Libraries
Whats the Most Important Thing You Learned Today? The ASU Libraries