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AIS 420 / AIS 502 American Indian Studies Research Methods: Home

Primary Sources

Librarians Contact Information

Government Documents http://lib.asu.edu/govdocs

 Dan Stanton danton@asu.edu 480-965-1798

Hayden Library, 3rd floor Government Documents Reference desk open M-F 10-5

How to Cite Government Documents



Law Library, Indian Law http://www.law.asu.edu/library

Law Library Reference Staff


Or email http://www.law.asu.edu/library/RossBlakleyLawLibrary/LibraryInformation/AskaLibrarian.aspx  


Noble Science Library https://lib.asu.edu/noble


Map and GIS Services: 480-965-3582

Rene Tanner rene.tanner@asu.edu 

Ref Works - Saves Your Citations and Formats Your Bibliography

Additional Libraries and Organizations

Labriola National American Indian Data Center Info


Labriola Center Hours Monday-Friday 9-5

Contact the Center at 480-965-6490 or archives@asu.edu

Or call Joyce Martin at 480-965-0298 or joyce.martin@asu.edu


Recommended Research Databases - Journal and Newspaper articles

Advanced Research Databases

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Suggested key words include:

Indians of North America - Government relations

Indians of North America - Politics and government

Indians of North America - Environment

Tribal government - United States 


How Do I Search for Journal Articles

Video Credit: UTC Library

Subject Guide

Joyce Martin

Objectives for session

At the end of this class session you will better understand the services provided by the Labriola Center and the ASU Library.

At the end of this class session you will know how to get help with your library research.

At the end of this class session you will know how to use advanced discovery tools for in-depth library research, and how to properly cite your sources.

Hours and Locations