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This guide will include tips for accessing library resources as a distance learning student

Resources for ASU Online Students

How to Get Help from a Librarian

Your Subject Librarian

the ASU Library has a dedicated librarian for almost every discipline. To find out who yours is, and how to contact them, use this subject librarian list.

Subject librarians have prepared LibGuides for each major: Find Subject and Course Guides (LibGuides)

 

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Ref Works - Saves Your Citations and Formats Your Bibliography

How to Get Material not Held by ASU Library - Services

Labriola Center Information

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

Labriola LibGuide with tabs for all Labriola manuscript, microform, and oral history collections.

Recommended Research Databases

Labriola Center Unique Resources

The Labriola Center has many one of a kind resources which might be helpful. To find items unique to the Labriola Center including photographs, oral histories, early newsletters on microfilm, and manuscript collections try the resources listed below:

Librarian

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Joyce Martin
Contact:
Labriola National American Indian Data Center
480-965-0298
Website / Blog Page

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