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AIS 494/PUP 598 Tribal Community Planning

Labriola Center Information

***Fall 2021 service update***

ASU Library, including the Labriola National American Indian Data Center, has re-opened for the Fall 2021 semester. Services and resources vary per location. Please read below. 

Labriola Center locations

  • ASU West campus at Fletcher Library
    • Located on Level 3 (Room 305), the West campus Labriola Center is open as a study and meeting area for students.​​
    • Labriola staff can assist you on-site and will have access to Labriola’s Open Stack / Circulating Collection and non-circulating materials.  
    • Hours of Operations:
      • By-appointment
  • ASU Tempe campus at Hayden Library
    • The Labriola Center's Open Stack/Circulating Collection is located on Level 2 in the Center's Student Study Area. Hours of use are in accordance with the Hayden Library’s hours of operations
    • The Labriola Center's Office space is located on Level 3 in Room 315. 
    • Hours of Operations:
      • By-appointment

Access the Open Stack/Circulating Collection

  • The Open Stack / Circulating Collection is available for check-out at the Tempe and West campus locations.
  • Open Stack / Circulating Collection titles can be placed on hold and can be picked up at any ASU Library location. 

Access the non-circulating collection

  • To view non-circulating materials in the Labriola collection, please make an appointment at least five business days prior to your visit by contacting Ask an Archivist or calling (480) 965-4932.
    • Patrons can arrange to view non-circulating materials from the Labriola National American Indian Data Center (Room 305) at Fletcher Library on the West campus OR at the Wurzburger Reading Room at Hayden Library.
    • Check the ASU Library Hours page for current availability. 
      • Appointments in the Wurzburger Reading Room at Hayden Library (Room 138) on the Tempe campus are available Monday through Friday.

Labriola Center Homepage http://lib.asu.edu/labriola

Contact the Center at 480-965-6490

Or Alexander Soto at 602-543-8261 or alexander.soto@asu.edu

***The Labriola Center will adhere to all COVID-19 related precautions enforced by the university.***

face covering is required inside the Labriola Centers at all times.

In addition to the university’s face covering requirement, the ASU Library has put into place a number of safety precautions around the use of shared space.

We ask that you please take food outside.

In coordination with the university's COVID-19 precautions, a Sun Card will be required to enter all libraries, as access will be limited to ASU students, faculty and staff.

Non-ASU visitors are welcome by appointment only.

 

Librarians Contact Information

Government Documents 

http://lib.asu.edu/govdocs

Federal, Arizona and local government documents Brad Vogus 602-543-5525

Federal Government Documents LibGuide and Arizona Government Documents LibGuide 

 

Law Library, Indian Law http://libguides.law.asu.edu/indianlaw/home

Law Library Reference Staff

480-965-6144

Or email

 

Business Librarian Wes Edens

How to Research a Company

Business Librarian Jenny Mueller-Alexander

Business and Economics Databases

 

Maps and Geospatial Hub https://lib.asu.edu/geo

Any questions for the ASU Library Map Hub https://lib.asu.edu/geo/services

 

Recommended Research Databases

Legislation and Federal Policy

Statistical and Demographic Data

Required Books

Planning Resources

Find Books and Articles

The ASU Library acknowledges the twenty-two Native Nations that have inhabited this land for centuries. Arizona State University's four campuses are located in the Salt River Valley on ancestral territories of Indigenous peoples, including the Akimel O’odham (Pima) and Pee Posh (Maricopa) Indian Communities, whose care and keeping of these lands allows us to be here today. ASU Library acknowledges the sovereignty of these nations and seeks to foster an environment of success and possibility for Native American students and patrons. We are advocates for the incorporation of Indigenous knowledge systems and research methodologies within contemporary library practice. ASU Library welcomes members of the Akimel O’odham and Pee Posh, and all Native nations to the Library.